Technicolour Star Trails

Startrail Photography by © Lincoln Harrison 1
All images © Lincoln Harrison 2012

Like many photographers I love to experiment with long exposure photography techniques, but an Australian Photographer called Lincoln Harrison gives a whole new definition to the word “long”. With no buildings for miles near Lake Eppalock in Victoria, the sky are so clear and it’s amazing to see how he’s able to capture the beauty of the night’s sky on camera. This mesmerizing ‘Technicolour’ long exposure star trail photography can take him up to 15 hours to shoot.

Amazingly enough, 37-year-old Lincoln only bought his first decent camera a couple of years ago, which is simply magical to see how his photography hobby has taken off in  such a short space of time.

36 thoughts on “Technicolour Star Trails”

  1. Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. These photographs are amazing. I agree that they have a Van Gogh quality about them. It was the first thing I thought of and then when I saw 256, it had Starry Night written all over it.

      1. Star trails is one of a few techniques I wish to master in my photography this year. I have a few others but star trails are my favorite! So Beautiful!

        ~ O

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