Canon, Canon EOS7D, Tokina Lens, Sigma Lens, France, Col de Restefond, Col de la Bonette, Alpes de Haute Provence, Croix de Crépounac, Aveyron, Mountains, Alps, Massif Central, Night, Night Photography, Stacked Images, Integration, Long Exposure, Stars, Milky Way, Astrophotograhy, Composite,

Chapter VI : The Impossible View (X13g) (2023.08.26)

6th of a long serie of shots at night, Milky Way and other stuffs.
I screwed a bunch oh sots at the end of the session in the Alps.
A few days later, I tried another spot, in the south of the Massif Central and one of the screwed (as well) shots had a nice foreground.
So I created a composite from them both. To be clear, this view doesn’t exist in real life.

Background & Sky: Faux Col de Restefond, France
Foreground : Croix de Crepounac, France

Background & Sky:
Canon EOS7D / Tokina ATX Pro II 11-16mm F/2.8
Settings: f/2.8 – Focal Length: 12mm – ISO1600 – 209s (11 x 19s)
Stack of 11 different photos

Foreground:
Canon EOS7D / Sigma 17-70mm F/2.8-4
Settings: f/3.2 – Focal Length: 17mm – ISO1600 – 150s (10 x 15s)
Original = 4880 x 3050 px
Stack of 10 different photos

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