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  1. This is an example of what you can see during the Perseid meteor shower that's happening between Aug 12-22nd. It should be able to be viewed all over after midnight, as long as it's dark out you should probably be able to see it. Check out this shot of a couple of Perseid meteors some aurora borealis. more info on times, locations and what the perseids actually are: http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article/87937--keep-your-eyes-on-the-sky-for-perseid-meteor-shower http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/earthskys-meteor-shower-guide http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perseids http://www.space.com/spacewatch/perseid-meteor-shower-2010-100806.html
  2. For those who didn't see the aurora borealis...check this guy out Click here here's some images in case you're afraid to click the link . or just shy.
  3. I went dungeoneering with a weird guy recently who had a flip out that I wasn't helping kill stuff as often as the rest of the team during a rush....I was keying. :D lol. MASS asterix spam! pures suck when dungeoneering...why? you can't skill, you can't open doors, and often enough you die right away
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    I love BW photographs. There's a really good magazine you should look into for some hq stuff; BW magazine. Pretty easy to remember! Love the tones, shadow and detail in this shot. Would make a great print. Though I'm not too sure about the shadow on the left of the stone, to me that almost takes away the sprawling landscape and disrupts the balance of the picture But critique is very subjective and it's a very nice image overall.
  5. all canon in bag 1.. 5D mark II 21 2.8 zeiss kenko 2x TC 70-200 2.8 L 100 2.8 macro f stop satori bag 580 ex numerous studio lighting equipment and accessories. occasionally i shoot with digital medium format camera systems, but i prefer the 5D mark II for how well i know the system and thanks :)
  6. Doing all right. I need to update my flickr and clean it up. lol.
  7. Some of you may remember me, some of you probably not. I posted a few of my shots of the aurora on here a while ago, for which I got a lot of press for...1.6 years now shooting portrait, wedding, advertising and spreading the beauty of the land...here's some of my work http://www.karljohnston.com http://www.karljohnston.com/blog be sure to check out my facebook fan page and twiter, i post a lot of updates on where i am and what im doing/shooting.
  8. Thanks for the support all! :thumbsup: Guess who won? Highly commendable :D position! Not bad..about 3rd place equivalent ! http://www.nmm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/ ... e/#panel-4 :thumbsup:
  9. And thanks so much :D Aww thank you that means a lot :) Just goes to show how many cool people there are on here, eh?
  10. Sweet! Be at the presentation for me on the 9th (couple of days) :D I'll be over there within the next couple of months :( but won't be able to see it right now.
  11. Thanks guys sorry for the copy and paste..I suck taking pictures of myself as much as I do writing about myself, lol. Metro news is running it too? Didn't know that, but cool ! Have you got a link to the article? They have a transferable licensing agreement with me, so it'll be literally spreading everywhere (all around the world) :D
  12. I will be presented at the gallery of the Royal Observatory of Greenwich this year (International Astronomy Year). If you are in the area, or will be traveling to the UK then click here for directions. One of my shots Bow Of Orion made it to the final shortlist of the competition which ran all over the world and received shots from over 450 photographers worldwide. I have not yet been informed if I am the grand prize winner ($2500/title of astrophotographer of the year) but I will be being exhibited at the gallery between September 09th, 2009 to January 10th, 2010. I'm very excited to hear the winning results but am otherwise overjoyed at the press I have been receiving all over the world. People are blogging and talking about this image and really appreciating it, like I intended it to be when I shoot all of my photographs. That said, please do not take these images straight off the web and print them yourself! For one thing it's difficult to do without the proper printing equipment, in order to bring out the true resolution and image that was captured, and I do need to make a living in order to keep creating and enriching peoples' lives with these prints! Thanks, but feel free to make it your desktop if you want. I am hoping to hear of the selection of the winner of the competition in the next few days..judging on that I will decide whether or not I can afford to take to go over and see the exhibit with my own eyes. I'd love to but it's very very very expensive to travel to the UK and stay. If I were to win first place I would use the money towards buying an ultra-good lens that i have my eye on, specifically for aurora photography. If not then I will still try to buy this lens when it makes itself available. Just a few more days now... From my website at: http://www.synergystudiosphotography.com/blog/2009/9/4/astrophotographer-of-the-year.html Also Facebook fanpage: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/pages/Fort-Smith-NT/Synergy-Studios-Photography/126888253967?ref=mf magazine newscientist http://www.newscientist.com/gallery/nmm-astronomer-of-year/4 guardian UK newspaper http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/gallery/2009/aug/28/astronomy-photographer-year-2009?picture=352252465
  13. Nah paul, that's my :twss: face Here's another side of it
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