A Long Way Home by Jared Revell

The Other End of the Wormhole….?

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Thanks for visiting :-)

Photograph Details
1700m altitude @ the peak of Mt Buffalo, “The Horn”
Make sure you like moths and bats if you hike up at night ! :-)
Canon 40D w/ EF-S 10-22mm
Focal Length: 10mm
Shutter Speed: 30 seconds x 111 shots
Aperture: f4.0
ISO: 800
Auto White Balance
Format: RAW
Tripod & remote shutter
Drive mode set to Continual Burst
Layered together
Map link

Details about star trails can be found here in my blog tips


  • Raquel O'Neill
    Raquel O'Neillover 6 years ago

    Brilliant again Jared!

  • thanks Raquel !

    – Jared Revell

  • Michael Walters
    Michael Waltersover 6 years ago

    This is fantastic mate, brilliant work!!! wow

  • thanks mate !!

    – Jared Revell

  • Brooke Triplett
    Brooke Triplettover 6 years ago

    Another amazing piece of work!

  • Thanks so much Brooke !

    – Jared Revell

  • Lee Revell
    Lee Revellover 6 years ago

    great shot again jared!!

  • thanks !!

    – Jared Revell

  • Dave  Hartley
    Dave Hartleyover 6 years ago

    Amazing! Thanks for sharing the details with us!

  • Thanks Dave :-)
    no worries mate !

    – Jared Revell

  • Melanie Roberts
    Melanie Robertsover 6 years ago


  • thanks Melanie ! :-)

    – Jared Revell

  • Blurto
    Blurtoover 6 years ago

    This is a ripper. Shouldn’t you be at work?

  • thanks mate !
    …another few days off :-)

    – Jared Revell

  • Patricia Gibson
    Patricia Gibsonover 6 years ago

    Fantastic work Jared!!!

  • Thanks Patricia ! :-)

    – Jared Revell

  • David Henderson
    David Hendersonover 6 years ago

    I’m Awestruck!

  • cheers mate :-)

    – Jared Revell

  • Stephen Rowsell
    Stephen Rowsellover 6 years ago

    great shot, Jared! is the high ISO mandatory for getting enough light on the star trails?

  • thanks mate !
    The maximum shutter is 30sec for the continual burst mode without having to press the shutter manually over the hour, so I found that using ISO 800 was a reasonable trade off. I do get noise, but apply noise reduction before layering them.
    Ideally, it would be great to shoot at a lower ISO and set the shutter longer.
    You could use a lower ISO, but then you’d have to bump up your exposure during post processing to get the light you want.
    I’ve also seen some people use ISO 400, but I’m not sure what post work they did.

    – Jared Revell

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