Ein Vulkanausbruch vor einem Sternenhimmel mit Milchstraße und Sternschnuppe fotografieren

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Das ist vermutlich die Königsklasse der Fotografie. Der Endgegner der Bildgestaltung, wenn man es so möchte. Wann hat man bitte mal die Möglichkeit ein solches Foto zu schießen? Mike Mezeul war der glückliche Fotograf, welcher mal eben einen Vulkanausbruch vor einem Sternenhimmel mit Milchstraße und Sternschnuppe auf seinem Chip verewigen konnte. Bin ich neidisch? Und wie! Definitiv ein Anwärter auf das Foto des Jahres!

Mezeul shares that he used a Nikon D810 with a Nikon 14-24mm lens, with the following settings: F2.8, ISO 2500, 25″ exposure. You can see more of his landscape work on Instagram.

PIC BY MIKE MEZEUL II/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Lava flows on the the Kilauea Volcano with the Milky Way a meteor and the moon above) - This photographer managed to score a real one shot wonder by photographing lava, the Milky Way, the moon and a meteor all in the same photo. Mike Mezeul was in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii when he seized the chance to capture the combination of natures beauty. The fiery red of the lava in the foreground is in deep contrast to the purple and blue hues of the galaxy beyond. In further photos lava is pictured pouring into the sea, creating billows of steam like natures very own foundry. SEE CATERS COPY.

PIC BY MIKE MEZEUL II/CATERS NEWS – (PICTURED: Lava flows on the the Kilauea Volcano with the Milky Way a meteor and the moon above) – This photographer managed to score a real one shot wonder by photographing lava, the Milky Way, the moon and a meteor all in the same photo. Mike Mezeul was in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii when he seized the chance to capture the combination of natures beauty. The fiery red of the lava in the foreground is in deep contrast to the purple and blue hues of the galaxy beyond.

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