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Photographer Captures Incredible Photo of the Milky Way Above a Glowing, Bioluminescent Ocean

Photographer Captures Incredible Photo of the Milky Way Above a Glowing, Bioluminescent Ocean | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

'Some photographs are so good it's hard to believe they're real, and that is definitely the case with Fefo Bouvier's photograph of the Milky Way."

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An amazing photo captured using a Canon 60D and EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS, with the lens set at 18mm and f/3.5 and the camera set to snap a 15s exposure at ISO 6400.

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How I Shot the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Rising Over a Flowery Field

How I Shot the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Rising Over a Flowery Field | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"What you see in the image is a pretty close representation of the moons path across the sky throughout the night, just brought a bit closer to the horizon to help balance the composition."

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This article offers a behind the scenes look at how one photographer managed to capture the lunar eclipse on April 15. His advice could also help you capture the next lunar eclipse and improve your sky photography, as well. Read the article to find out how.

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Two Spectacular Photographs of a Volcanic Eruption as Seen from Space by Endeavour

Two Spectacular Photographs of a Volcanic Eruption as Seen from Space by Endeavour | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
The major eruption that began September 30, 1994 (launch day) got almost immediate coverage by the astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
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The eruption of Kliuchevskoi Volcano  in 1994 was one of the most spectacular natural events to take place. The eruption was photographed 115 miles above the Earth by the Space Shuttle Endeavor, and resulted in two of most amazing pictures ever taken.

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Photograph of the Milky Way Taken Out the Window of an Airplane Above the Atlantic

Photograph of the Milky Way Taken Out the Window of an Airplane Above the Atlantic | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
One of the standard cliché Instagram shots that gets ridiculed on occasion is the plane wing photographs, usually accompanied by some clouds or a sunrise or sunset. And while we agree that taking a photo out the window of your commercial airplane is tacky and overdone, the photo above by astrophotographer Alessandro Merga is a big fat beautiful exception.
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Capturing photos of the galaxy is challenging, but even more so when you're cruising 30,000 feet above the air at 600 mph. For photographer Alessandro Merga, these are the perfect conditions for capturing a truly unique image of the Milky Way. This article explains how he managed to capture a breathtaking shot of the galaxy from his airplane window.

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It's Official: The First Instagram From Space Has Been Posted

It's Official: The First Instagram From Space Has Been Posted | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"Taking one small step for photography (or is it ‘a photography’?) and one giant leap for Instagram, the first Instagram post from space was posted this past Monday by an astronaut currently residing at the International Space Station."


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Earlier this week an astronaut on the International Space Station posted an epic selfie from outer space. This is actually the first selfie ever taken from space.

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NASA Releases Clearest Infrared Milky Way Panorama Ever Made, Comes in at 20GP

NASA Releases Clearest Infrared Milky Way Panorama Ever Made, Comes in at 20GP | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
The zoomable 360-degree mosaic panorama only captures 3% of the night sky, but since it’s the 3% that usually appears front and center in every night sky time-lapse you’ve ever seen, it contains over half of the stars in our galaxy.
Jerome Okutho's insight:

After 10 years of orbiting around space, the Spitzer Space Telescope has managed to capture a 20 gigapixel made up of over 2 million infrared photos of space. If you're interested in seeing what that looks like, click on the article link.

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