Time lapse 🌌: #TenSecondTuesday

Here’s a time lapse video of the night sky just outside of Nipawin, Saskatchewan! Illuminated by the full moon and a slight bit of aurora, each exposure was 25 seconds long. Canon M50, Rokinon 12mm lens at f/2.0. The Canon Control app on my Mac controlled the camera.


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Music from Epidemic Sound.


Last night was a beautifully clear night, so I stayed up late and took some long-exposure photos. (My camera can take 30 second exposures, though I’m tempted to get an external trigger do I can take longer-term exposures. The long the time, the more light ends up in the photo.)

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I especially like the photo to the east, where you can see the Lyra constellation (the star Vega was the brightest one looking in that direction), and the photo to the north where Cassiopeia could be seen.