Date and Time: 4 May 2010 ; 9.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.Location: Canterbury, Kent, England
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Born in Canterbury, Kent, in 1971, I have always been surrounded by beautiful countryside and varied and diverse coastline. Photography has become an outlet for expressing my love for the region.
Great results! Well worth the time you put in
That’s a lot of layers to combine Stuart, well done! Have you still got the layered image? I’d love to see it without the foreground lit up ( just cos)
Well now you can see it without the foreground lit up as this is the latest shot of mine to be re-edited.
– Stuart Chapman
Magnificent work Stuart! The result of your work is fantastic.
Wonderful shot Stu…see what happens when you point your camera up north LOL. I agree with Mel, would like to see it without the flash, to me it seems very harsh. You will get more control if you use a torch and play it lovingly over the immediate foreground for 3 or 4 seconds.
wow, love it :o)
nice work mate
Gorgeous!!!!!!!! And hello :)
Great sky showing star tracks Stuart; you are getting good at these!
Now this is very clever photography Stuart. I’ve always wanted to do star trail shots so this has given me the incentive to give it a go! 90×30 is a lot…….must take a while to edit after!!
Cheers for sharing pal.
70 minutes standing in a field?…You could have made some crop circles while you were waiting to keep warm!..Nice idea and well done