While rumors swirl around about the possible loss of the #Zuma, launched last night by #SpaceX atop a #Falcon9, may I present Streak(s) #2, another SINGLE, 464-second exposure. In a possible act of photographic overkill, I was running three different cameras in roughly the same spot last night for the Zuma launch (and landing!). Because I've shot both OG2 and CRS9 from this place at Jetty Park, I knew the vertical shot would work fine (see my post from last night), but I wanted to experiment with some foreground. So, I set the second DSLR (really, my primary camera, a Canon 5D4) with some of the Jetty in the foreground. Details: ISO100, 464-second exposure, f18 with a Rokinon 14mm on a Canon 5D Mark IV (full-frame) body.
Prints available here: http://www.photosofstuff.xyz/Zuma-by-SpaceX/i-SsHpWCQ/A
#Zuma, launched and landed: a single, 472 second exposure showing the launch (left) and the #Falcon9 first stage landing (right), as seen from Jetty Park. Congratulations, SpaceX! Details: ISO100, 472 seconds, f18 at 10mm on a Canon 7D2 cc: 45th Space Wing at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Prints available here: http://www.photosofstuff.xyz/Zuma-by-SpaceX/i-jvvGBm4/A