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Stunning Examples of Star Trails Photography
Timed exposures in the sky at night produce what are known as ‘star trails’ – enabling you to get some amazing star trail photos. The movement of the earth makes the exposure of the stars like that of a moving object that produces lines of light.
If combined with a well composed image, the results can be quite striking. This collection of star trail photography shows some great examples of this photographic niche which we really enjoyed.
Check out the tutorials at the end of the post if you want to know more about star trails photography.
Tree and Star Trails by Brian Tomlinson, on Flickr
Star trails by Ledzepman71, on Flickr
Startrails by TuckerH586, on Flickr
Star Trail 2010-03-06 by jronaldlee, on Flickr
Trona star stack by cloudchaser32000, on Flickr
Star trails by Mike Lewinski, on Flickr
Perseids?? What Perseids? by John Fowler, on Flickr
canfelip_II by Aitor Escauriaza, on Flickr
Shelfstars by Zach Dischner, on Flickr
taixeta_6 by Aitor Escauriaza, on Flickr
Star trail by pero belobrajdic, on Flickr
Milky Way Star Trails – Lake Mary, Flagstaff, AZ by Logan Brumm Photography and Design, on Flickr
Star trails2 by typicalnaloboy, on Flickr
Startrails Over Wicken Fen by Andrew Stawarz, on Flickr
Star trailing by ramesh Iyanswamy, on Flickr
Bromo Star Trail by Zexsen Xie, on Flickr
Trails on the Henge by Bala, on Flickr
Happy Trails by makelessnoise, on Flickr
Bridge Trails by Jannis, on Flickr
Mokuleia Star Trails by Kyle Nishioka, on Flickr
FREE DOWNLOAD FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
: If you’re looking to get out under the stars, then download our free
Milky Way Cheat Sheet. Ensure you’re prepared and know what to expect and what gear to have on you, ready for the big night time shoot! Download it here
Star Trail Photo Resources
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