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Meteor and Satellite

Meteor or Satellite?

      These 2 timelapse frames are from my latest timelapse “Huelux”. Go to 3:20 in the video to see the timelapse. A bright Satellite flash or Iridium flare, can sometimes look like a meteor in a long exposure star photo. If you are shooting timelapse, it is easy […]

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Dakotalapse 2013 Top Photos

Dakotalapse 2013 Top Photos

      10 of my favorite stills from 2013. Most of these were taken from timelapse. Click arrows to navigate, click on photo to enlarge. Some of these are available as prints here. See other stills from 2013 on this page.

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October Aurora in Prairie Skies - Aurora and a Windmill in central South Dakota 10-1-13.

2013 Still Photos

    Most of these are frames from timelapses shot in 2013 in South Dakota, Wyoming and Utah. The timelapse video will be released this winter. These are only some of the timelapse I shot. You can see more on my Facebook page.   2013 Stills

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Horizons

Horizons

. . Horizons from Randy Halverson on Vimeo. If you have ever been in a wide open landscape the most interesting thing isn’t necessarily the landscape itself, but what you see coming over the horizon. Growing up in South Dakota the landscape itself can be beautiful at times, but that […]

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Sunset on the White River in South Dakota.

Horizons Feature

      Above: Preview the first 2 minutes of the Horizons Feature. The Horizons feature is 30 minutes of new and never before seen Milky Way, Aurora, Clouds, Sunrise and Sunset timelapse. Set to the music “Frozen White Light” composed by Simon Wilkinson at http://www.thebluemask.com If you have ever […]

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Meteor with Canon 14mm on 5D Mark III Cropped from 14mm

Meteor, Lightning and the Milky Way

      While editing timelapse I shot July 2012, I noticed a meteor in a frame. I caught it on 2 Canon 5D Mark III cameras. Last July, I posted a photo of the lightning and Milky Way, but missed the meteor. Phil Plait wrote about that photo last […]

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2012 Meteor with persistent train

Meteor Persistent Train – 2012

      Update: Phil Plait also wrote this article about it. What are the odds that you can catch a meteor with a persistent train, in the same spot, one year later? On October 6th, 2012, I setup timelapse, in the location that I caught this one. 2011 Meteor […]

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2011 Meteor with persistent train

Temporal Distortion Extended Cut

    See the Temporal Distortion short with Bear McCreary’s music here. This extended cut excerpts video, features Simon Wilkinson’s music. Buy and download the 23 minute extended cut below. _______________________________________________________________________________________ What you see is real, but you can’t see it this way with the naked eye. It is the […]

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2011 Meteor with persistent train

Meteor Persistent Train

      Bad Astronomer on the Meteor and persistent train While shooting a Moon set with the Milky Way timelapse near the White River in South Dakota. I caught a meteor with a persistent train. It lasted for 68 frames of the timelapse then moved out of frame to […]

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