What Inspires You?
"Astrophotography and shooting landscapes is what I do, and I love photographing the night sky and capturing what can't be seen by the naked eye. That's why I blended this surreal image of a dragon sculpture out in the desert with a series of time exposures of concentric star trails. In my mind I saw the dragon as red so I light painted it. I hope my images inspire people to get out into nature themselves."
What Enables You?
"I stepped up to the full-frame Canon EOS 6D because it expands my creative potential. It captures an extremely wide brightness range and delivers images with amazing detail, vibrant color, and virtually no noise, even in low light and at high ISOs. Its precise and super-sensitive AF system lets me focus on a single star to set my infinity point! And with its enhanced battery capacity I can shoot for hours on a single charge."
I know that dragon and it can be found just North of the Borrego Springs, CA. There are a dozen +/-e of these magnificent metal sculptures in the area. The artist's 'patron' who paid the artist to make these sculptures died a while ago, leaving the artist without funds to continue his spectacular work.
The rendition you see here, in my photographic estimation does not do justice to this wonderful creation. . . and yes I am a photographer also
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