The Cygnus loop (Sharpless 103) is a dim emission nebula. The image here was capture with 220 frames of 70 sec with a Kolari full spectrum converted camera. A Visible + H-alpha filter was used.
The emission nebula (NGC1499) known as “California Nebula” glows in Hydrogen-Alpha emitted light. The bright color captured is possible by the use of a Kolari full spectrum converted camera and a Visible + H-alpha filter. A total of 187 frames of 70s combined.
I chose to capture the different layers of the landscape, in a literal sense the aim is therefore not only to take a landscape picture but to portray the intersections and forms that nature creates. The photo has been taken to Piani di Praglia, Liguria, Italy.
Portrait in the Red
Caney Fork in between storms from the Blue Ridge Parkway
Sassafras Gap in the Roy Taylor Forest from the Blue Ridge Parkway
Distant Storm – Roy Taylor Forest Overlook – Blue Ridge Parkway
Clouds fan out over the valley floor below the Blue Ridge Parkway
This is a trip I did in October 2019 to the Chapada Diamantina National Park. I focused on capturing the park in infrared using both IR 665nm and IR Chrome filters.