Animals in their Environment
Black rhinos are predominately active at night, so I wanted to capture them in their nocturnal environment. This is a single exposure taken with a camera trap on a moonless night. I used a long, 25-second exposure time to expose the stars. At the start of the exposure, two flashes exposed the foreground. Since there was no moonlight, there was no ghosting effect after the initial flash.

William Burrard-Lucas (GB)

Print Size: 810x540 mm
Frame Size: 1080x810 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schooller True Baryta 310
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS SA 187 02

 

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Animals in their Environment
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Black rhinos are predominately active at night, so I wanted to capture them in their nocturnal environment. This is a single exposure taken with a camera trap on a moonless night. I used a long, 25-second exposure time to expose the stars. At the start of the exposure, two flashes exposed the foreground. Since there was no moonlight, there was no ghosting effect after the initial flash.
غالباً ما تنشط حيوانات وحيد القرن الأسود ليلاً، لذا أردت التقاط صورٍ لها في بيئتها الليلية. هذا نموذج عن صور مُلتقطة بتقنية التعرض الفردي بواسطة كاميرا خفيّة في ليلةٍ حالكة. استخدمتُ زمن تعرّض لمدة 25 ثانية لإظهار النجوم. في بداية التعرّض، ساهم وميضا فلاش في إظهار المشهد الأمامي. وبما أنّ الليلة كانت حالكة من دون ضوء القمر، لم يكن هنالك تأثيرات للظلال بعد وميض الفلاش الأوّل.

Photographer:
William Burrard-Lucas (GB)


Print Size: 810x540 mm

Frame Size: 1080x810 mm

Exhibit: POS SA 187 02

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