What you are looking at is the Pale di San Martino group with some mountain lakes in the foreground near Baita Segantini (2200m) at night. I've spend half the night there shooting and looking at stars in this cloudless night. Except one lonely fox I was there on my own with the mountains, stars - and mosquitos.
By combining three exposures - one for the night sky, one for the mountains and the other for the foreground at twilight, I was able to create this image. I consider it among my most unique images to date. I took more than two hours in the field to shoot the raw data and more than six hours of postprocessing in the studio! Thanks a lot *slamdunker
for providing massive postprocessing advice!!!
Canon 5D Mk II,
Tripod, Cable Release
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