New Nightscape by Jim Baugh. “The Gambler” filmed in Cape Charles.
From Jim — Photo info below but just a quick note, this is an interesting technical shot. The astro (cygnus region Milky Way) was a 20-minute exposure, the foreground was 65 exposures with a constant change of F stop and shutter speed with almost every exposure. I had been looking at this shot for quite a while figuring out how to make it work while the boat was still high and dry.
Foreground: 65 exposures with a constant change in F stop and Shutter speed. This was triggered remotely by wifi. Starting shooting at Nautical twilight and had the F stop and F 11. Shutter 4 seconds, as light diminished by the minute, lowered the f stop and decreased the shutter from 4 to down to 20 seconds. Reached F 2.8 towards the end of the shoot. Tokina 11-16mm shot at 11mm. Lens muff with 2 heat packs, Cannon 200D/SL2 Monfrotto tripod.Astro/ Milky Way-Cygnus region : 5 exposures at 100 ISO, f 2.8, 11mm, Ioptron Sky Tracker, processing, Deep Sky Stacker, then photoshop and lightroom.I always love these commercial fishing boats. So much character, plus seafood! My kind of plan.