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  • A crazy night at Vestrahorn. That night I got to witness a beam of blue Aurora for the first time, which I was told is one of the rarest. 
The Aurora was going all night long. Definitely one to remember!
  • A crazy night at Vestrahorn. That night I got to witness a beam of blue Aurora for the first time, which I was told is one of the rarest.
    The Aurora was going all night long. Definitely one to remember!
  • 2,223 35 6 hours ago
  • Woooa😍😍😍 There are thousands of pictures of this particular tree, but this one is really something.😘👌😘👌😘👌😘👌😘👌😘👌
📷@fmas89
  • Woooa😍😍😍 There are thousands of pictures of this particular tree, but this one is really something.😘👌😘👌😘👌😘👌😘👌😘👌
    📷@fmas89
  • 6,601 54 10 hours ago
  • ✖️ LIGHT ART ✖️
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This is a new experiment I’ve done with @inalovess ; some may think that its a special effect added in post, but it was all done in camera. How? Of course the set has to be at night with a tripod, then wide aperture and long exposure (15-20 sec is enough), at that point when you press the shutter the model has to stay still while you run behind with a flashlight or anything that emits light, (there are professional tools and light brushes but that’s another story) than you just draw and create whatever you wish, but be careful you have to be super quick and fast otherwise the camera will capture you as well, for instance in this case you can see my ghost at the right 😂. I thought about correcting it, but it’s an experiment, actually my first time, so whatever. This is definitely a new technique I will be approaching in the future. What do you think about it? ❤️
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[ SONY A6300 - FE 50MM - 1.8A - 15 SEC ]
  • ✖️ LIGHT ART ✖️

    This is a new experiment I’ve done with @inalovess ; some may think that its a special effect added in post, but it was all done in camera. How? Of course the set has to be at night with a tripod, then wide aperture and long exposure (15-20 sec is enough), at that point when you press the shutter the model has to stay still while you run behind with a flashlight or anything that emits light, (there are professional tools and light brushes but that’s another story) than you just draw and create whatever you wish, but be careful you have to be super quick and fast otherwise the camera will capture you as well, for instance in this case you can see my ghost at the right 😂. I thought about correcting it, but it’s an experiment, actually my first time, so whatever. This is definitely a new technique I will be approaching in the future. What do you think about it? ❤️

    [ SONY A6300 - FE 50MM - 1.8A - 15 SEC ]
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  • ...Às vezes só 
Existe o... Parte: 2
  • ...Às vezes só
    Existe o... Parte: 2
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  • The higher we look, the more we’re amazed.. Keep your head up! -
📸: @josewphotography
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Views from Fulton Street Subway Station 👌🏼
  • The higher we look, the more we’re amazed.. Keep your head up! -
    📸: @josewphotography
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    Views from Fulton Street Subway Station 👌🏼
  • 91 18 36 minutes ago
  • Amazing shot by @goldpaintphoto
The Unbroken Dark- "I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars."
-Og Mandino.
  • Amazing shot by @goldpaintphoto
    The Unbroken Dark- "I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars."
    -Og Mandino.
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  • ✖️ LIGHT ART ✖️
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This is a new experiment I’ve done with @inalovess ; some may think that its a special effect added in post, but it was all done in camera. How? Of course the set has to be at night with a tripod, then wide aperture and long exposure (15-20 sec is enough), at that point when you press the shutter the model has to stay still while you run behind with a flashlight or anything that emits light, (there are professional tools and light brushes but that’s another story) than you just draw and create whatever you wish, but be careful you have to be super quick and fast otherwise the camera will capture you as well, for instance in this case you can see my ghost at the right 😂. I thought about correcting it, but it’s an experiment, actually my first time, so whatever. This is definitely a new technique I will be approaching in the future. What do you think about it? ❤️
—
[ SONY A6300 - FE 50MM - 1.8A - 15 SEC ]
  • ✖️ LIGHT ART ✖️

    This is a new experiment I’ve done with @inalovess ; some may think that its a special effect added in post, but it was all done in camera. How? Of course the set has to be at night with a tripod, then wide aperture and long exposure (15-20 sec is enough), at that point when you press the shutter the model has to stay still while you run behind with a flashlight or anything that emits light, (there are professional tools and light brushes but that’s another story) than you just draw and create whatever you wish, but be careful you have to be super quick and fast otherwise the camera will capture you as well, for instance in this case you can see my ghost at the right 😂. I thought about correcting it, but it’s an experiment, actually my first time, so whatever. This is definitely a new technique I will be approaching in the future. What do you think about it? ❤️

    [ SONY A6300 - FE 50MM - 1.8A - 15 SEC ]
  • 162 7 45 minutes ago
  • تصبحون على خير ❤️
  • تصبحون على خير ❤️
  • 2,637 30 45 minutes ago
  • LA skyline long exposures
  • LA skyline long exposures
  • 18 2 49 minutes ago
  • inner.
  • inner.
  • 45 1 1 hour ago
  • rainbow sky ✨
  • rainbow sky ✨
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  • alone in crowds
  • alone in crowds
  • 61 1 4 hours ago
  • 96 1 3 October, 2017