Starry Sky of Austrian Alps in photographed in this fish-eye view from Ferien Observatory of Alpenhof in Emberger Alm, Carinthia. Above this roll-off observatory and the enthusiast skygazers the Milky Way is captured from star Sirius (left) to Orion, Taurus, and Perseus. The large cone-shape light elongated upward from the western horizon is the zodiacal light; sunlight reflection from dust particles in the Solar System plane. The yellow light across the horizon comes from the nearby towns and faraway cities both in Austria and northern Italy. See this scene in a non-fisheye image.



comments (4)

  • kampfbär Reply

    schaut extrem geil aus

    October 8, 2011 at 6:44 am
  • kampfbär Reply

    looks extremely cool

    October 8, 2011 at 2:08 pm
  • ruhollah ghasemi Reply

    عکس هاتون واقعا زیبا هستن!
    ممکنه بگین چطوری اینگونه تصویری درست می کنین؟؟نیاز به چه نرم افزاری داره؟


    April 27, 2012 at 4:11 pm
  • Babak Tafreshi Reply

    Mr. Ghasemi: you can either use fish-eye lenses to create such all-sky photos in a single exposure or made several shots with a wide angle lense and stitch them together in software such as PTGui.

    April 29, 2012 at 2:58 pm

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