Self portrait photography This photo is a portrait of myself clicked using remote control facilities in Sony camera software

Ribblehead Viaduct

Pentax K1 Sigma 35mm Art Omegon LX3 Mini Track Sky – ISO 500 – 60s – f2 Foreground – ISO 400 – 180s – f1.4 It’s minus 2 degrees Celsius and the Milky Way is slowly rotating around my desired position and am cold! This was one of my last shots of the night. I […]

Whispers on the Wind

Nikon D3300 Tokina 11-16mm Omegon LX2 Mini Track Sky – f2.8 – ISO 400 – 240s Foreground – f2.8 – ISO 800 – 240s I originally titled this picture ‘whispers on the wind’, because when I was taking my shots for this photo, on the edge of the cliff, waves striking the sharp rocks far […]

Tr Mawr Lighthouse

Pentax K1 Samyang 24mm Omegon LX2 Mini Track Foreground – 4mins – f1.8 – ISO 400 Sky – 10mins – f2 – ISO 200

Distant Tr Bach Lighthouse

Pentax K1 Irix 15mm Samyang 24mm Omegon LX2 Mini Track Foreground – 15mm – 4 mins – f2.4 – ISO 400 Sky – 24mm – 10 mins – f/2 – ISO 200

Pauls Bay

D3300 Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 Omegon LX2 Mini Track Sky – 5 stacked and stacked exposures – 4 min – f2.8 – ISO 800 Foreground – 3 stacked shots – 30 secs – ISO 1600 – f2.8

The Fishing Hut with Fading Comet Neowise

Pentax K1 (full spectrum with Kolari Vision UV/IR Cut Hot Mirror Pro 2) Samyang 24mm f1.4 A spectacular night that ended at Porth-y-Cychod with fading noctilucent clouds and comet neowise

Place Fell

Pentax K1 (full spectrum with Kolari Vision UV/IR Cut Hot Mirror Pro 2 ) Sigma 35mm f1.4 art Foreground – 6 image wide pano – 4 min – ISO 100 – f2 Sky – 7 image pano – tracked – 1min – ISO 400 – f2

Crosbys Iron Man

After spotting some interesting clouds formations driving home from work, I headed down to the beach for sunset. Turns out sunset was a dud, but, as the wind picked up, the clouds grew angry, and I managed to snag this shot 🙂

Sylvan Sunset

Sylvan Mountains shot at sunset over Yellowstone Lake.

Wonderous Grace (Stimulated False IR Color)

This isn’t infrared but it is very similar editing techniques with a similar False Color Result. I’m still hoping to get a camera converted, but it is interesting. The Digital School of Photography has a really good tutorial on how to start playing around with this (

Ten thousand Fireflies

This is a manual stack of 40 images to capture the various light trails of the fireflies at: 2.5 sec, F/1.8, ISO 1600 taken right after each other and then combined in photoshop. The base image is at 30 secs, f/4.5, ISO 640