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Milky Way From Whytecliff Park
90 frames x 30 seconds each is roughly 45 minutes of tripod time. I first started shooting at 13 second exposures and it took me a few minutes to realize my mistake (those frames were discarded). The camera wasn't very level when I shot it (hard to get right when so much of the frame is black) so these images are cropped.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > August 2017 > Milky Way From Whytecliff Park

Porteau Cove Facing North
The flow is from Squamish. There is one asteroid streak in this movie.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > December 2015 > Porteau Cove Facing North

Milky Way And Lighthouse At Stanley Park
I saw a post on the internet on how to bring out the milky way in very light polluted locations. I tried their procedure and sure enough - you can see it a little bit. There is also a meteor in this shot - the perseid meteor shower was starting.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > August 2016 > Milky Way And Lighthouse At Stanley Park

Feint Milky Way Above Trees
The contrast/lighting difference between the trees and the sky is quite difficult to overcome. I settled for a bit of "marine fog".
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > August 2016 > Feint Milky Way Above Trees

Spotting Scope With Meteors
Spotting Scope With Meteors
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > July 2016 > Spotting Scope With Meteors

Colourful Milky Way With Beach
Colourful Milky Way With Beach
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > July 2016 > Colourful Milky Way With Beach

Milky Way With Beached Stump
Milky Way With Beached Stump
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > July 2016 > Milky Way With Beached Stump

Big Dipper Over The Trees
The camera was propped up on a picnic table and angled up using my wallet . At 28mm, I don't have a very wide angle lens. The moon was out which is why the trees were so well lit up.
John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Manning Camping 2 > Big Dipper Over The Trees

Star Trails Facing North At Porteau Cove
These are 30 second exposures stacking in photoshop. There are 75 images here so about 37 and a half minutes. (It's actually longer because there is a gap between one image ending and the next starting. The bright stars on the right are the handle of the big dipper.

You can see a single shooting star in this image.


John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > December 2015 > Star Trails Facing North At Porteau Cove

Looking South Over Ferry Jetty
This is a shorter exposure than North - 72 exposures, roughly 36 minutes. I thought the glow from the city would be worse than this, but the city is around the corner with a mountain in the way.

You can see some airplanes near the horizon - they are likely going to YVR. You can also see that the equator is roughly in this image - the south pole is well over the horizon.


John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > December 2015 > Looking South Over Ferry Jetty

Porteau Cove Facing South
Porteau Cove Facing South
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > December 2015 > Porteau Cove Facing South

Siwash Rock Making Star Trails
This is a 100 image, 30 seconds an image time lapse. I was planning on stacking them and lightening them to get star trails but the clouds flying by made that much harder than I anticipated.

This is a 15 frames per second video.


John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > December 2015 > Siwash Rock Making Star Trails

Siwash Rock Star Trails Missing Clouds
This image is 30 second exposures stacked. Because the clouds are generally brighter than the stars, I had to mask out the clouds in each exposure. There are 100 frame here because my camera stops taking photos at 100 exposures if you just hold the button down.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2016 to 2005 > December 2015 > Siwash Rock Star Trails Missing Clouds