Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

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Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by Paramount » Wed Sep 12, 2018 4:45 am

A few days ago I did a 12 hour day to night to day time lapse at Ribblehead Viaduct in the Yorkshire Dales, in all I took 1,830 images. Below is one of the images which I've processed separately in Lightroom and Photoshop to show some of the clear sky and Milky Way showing through the clouds at the Viaduct. The exposure for this particular image was 20 seconds at f1.4 and ISO 6400 with my Sony A7Sii and Samyang 24mm f1.4
This image was taken at 11:48pm and is image number 772 out of the 1,830 that I took


The full video can be seen at the following link and this image comes just before half way of the actual time lapse clip


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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by MikeM » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:08 am

Very nice image, beautiful countryside.
Clear Skies!
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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by h2opolo » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:07 am

Beautiful as always. I love the Milky Way peeking through. Were you just using the Rhino Motion on that shot or did it slide as well?

I've had nothing but terrible weather this year and have not had a chance to use mine. Thi certainly motivates me.

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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by Paramount » Thu Sep 13, 2018 10:40 am

Hi Sean
I've sold my Rhino and am now using a Dynamic Perception Stage One slider with Sapphire Pro pan and tilt head and a Timelapse+ view intervalometer. Nothing wrong with the Rhino but I wanted to do some "Holy Grail" time lapse and also have tilt as well as slide and pan. This new system does all of those and is integrated together to work as one seamless package. Check my earlier post that I posted a few days ago which shows a full day to night and back to day time lapse
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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by Europa » Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:44 am

Great image and time lapse.

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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by gardenfish » Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:59 pm

Wow what an image for a back-lit frame. Awesome!
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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by h2opolo » Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:44 pm

Paramount wrote:Hi Sean
I've sold my Rhino and am now using a Dynamic Perception Stage One slider with Sapphire Pro pan and tilt head and a Timelapse+ view intervalometer. Nothing wrong with the Rhino but I wanted to do some "Holy Grail" time lapse and also have tilt as well as slide and pan. This new system does all of those and is integrated together to work as one seamless package. Check my earlier post that I posted a few days ago which shows a full day to night and back to day time lapse
Best wishes
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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by Paramount » Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:01 am

h2opolo wrote:
Paramount wrote:Hi Sean
I've sold my Rhino and am now using a Dynamic Perception Stage One slider with Sapphire Pro pan and tilt head and a Timelapse+ view intervalometer. Nothing wrong with the Rhino but I wanted to do some "Holy Grail" time lapse and also have tilt as well as slide and pan. This new system does all of those and is integrated together to work as one seamless package. Check my earlier post that I posted a few days ago which shows a full day to night and back to day time lapse
Best wishes
Gordon


Man I just got up and running on my Rhino! Bummer. You're costing me money! Ha ha ha
There's nothing wrong with the Rhino Sean, it still remains one of the lightest and most portable all in one solutions for time lapse. I changed because I wanted to go the next step ie have tilt, do verticle/slanted slides and holy grail time lapses. The current system I'm using can do all of but at the expense of being a bit heavier and larger, it's also more hungry on batteries than the Rhino
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Re: Single shot of Ribblehead Viaduct at night

Post by h2opolo » Fri Sep 21, 2018 11:58 am

I bow my head to the master! Great work! I'm doing a swamp timelapse this weekend for my Rhino Maiden Voyage. Wish me luck!

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