AURORA BOREALIS

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This article is about the beauty of the sky. The clear sky that is difficult to see in a busy city. It was one of the projects for this summer in south of Italy where I spent my summer vacation. I went in a small village called Specchiarica where there is only nature and sea. The sky is clear and I wanted to try my Fujifilm X-E1 with the 28mm F4 Voigtlander lens.

Using the tripod and bulb mode I was able to take the milky way too. F4 and around 30-60 sec with different ISO value here is the result. Not so bad for this camera-lens set!

I also wanted to try to take the same kind of photos from the airplane. Fromm 10000m the sky is clear and no clouds. Going back from Italy to Japan when I was over Siberia it was night so the perfect time for trying to take photos from the airplane.

First problem: I need to stabilize the camera as much as possible but I can’t use a normal tripod and I din’t have with me the Gorilla pod so I started using my camera bag over the window. Also I set the cable remote control and with different ISO and f4 value I started taking different photos. Well it was pretty hard, even harder than I could image but I was surprised by something special…..aurora borealis. Right, the green flare seems to be the aurora borealis. I think the position the airplane was and the right time was perfect and I could take it. Definitely lucky flight!

Well….Enjoy it and Stay Click!!!

Keigo

Keigo Moriyama Aerospace Engineer with the passion for photography start his career in 2006. Till now he made more than 7 exhibitions and work for Ryan&Rych (www.ryanrych.com) the new italian fashion brand. Keigo's interested in working with performance artists, models,makeup artists, and stylists "The camera doesn't make a bit of difference. All of them can record what you are seeing. But, you have to SEE." Ernst Haas

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