Night Photography at Jindabyne

I spent the weekend at Jindabyne with friends. With little to do at the cabin, I borrowed a tripod from Brett and explored the area and attempt to capture some long exposures. I only had the Sony Cybershot RX100 and a LED flashlight. It was pitch-black at night and no light pollution from nearby cities. The stars in the sky were beautiful!


The Milky Way - I have never seen them with the naked eye!

The Milky Way

Settings: 30s f2.0 @ ISO 1600


The Milky Way

Painted the trees with my LED torch. Settings: 30s f2.0 @ ISO 1600


The stars of the Southern Hemisphere

Settings: 30s f1.8 @ ISO 3200


Head lights from a car

Head lights from a car

Settings: 30s f5.6 @ ISO 200


Light painting the forest near our cabin

Long exposures

Settings: 30s f2.8 @ ISO 1600


Mixing it up with the red glowstick i had

Long exposures Long exposures

Settings: 30s f2.8 @ ISO 1600





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