“I drove upstate in #NewYork in hopes of finding a #sunflower field in a small town in Columbia County last August. After driving around for a while, I finally stumbled upon this spot and took some nice photos at sunset. After grabbing pizza for dinner, I drove back to this farm once the sky was dark enough and was able to capture the #MilkyWay rising over the horizon. I lit the sunflowers in the foreground with a small flashlight I had in my car. A week later, the summer heat had caused most of the #flowers here to wilt, so I was happy to capture them before it was too late.” #MyCanonStory #Astrophotography

Photo Credit: @dannywild11
Camera: Canon EOS-1D X
Lens: #Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye
Aperture: f/2.8
ISO: 4000
Shutter Speed: 15 sec
Focal Length: 15mm

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28 Replies to ““I drove upstate in #NewYork in hopes of finding a #sunflower field in a small t…”

  1. @singhadhiraj231100 This photographer used an EOS-1D X. Scroll up to the top of the comments to find all of this photo’s info. Gorgeous photo, isn’t it?

  2. @dannywild11 nailed it!!! Thanks for the write up, I was wondering if you used the headlights from your car, multiple flash pops or something else to light the sunflowers… what a beautiful capture!!!

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