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Cosmic Chaos

A single exposure image of a radio tower at the Very Large Array (VLA) in near Socorro, NM.
I used the Canon 24L which has a max-aperture of ƒ1.4 which really helps to suck in all available light. This was 25 seconds at ISO 1600 and shows just how incredible our night skies look. 
The VLA has always been one of my favorite bucket list places to go. I had the fortune to be allowed to shoot on the property at night as a one-time favor and I tried to take advantage of that opportunity. 
I hope you are in a much wonder of the night sky as I am.



High-Res Print Ready Art

Photo Details


Edited and production output to Tiff file format

Typical file size 30-50MB

Average dimensions range from 4988×3325 to 5481x3653 or greater

All Twilightscapes are shot using the latest state-of-the-art equipment and lenses.

Canon 5D series, Sony A7R series and Sony A7S series.

About the photographer

Hi, I'm Todd Lambert
Todd in the Field

Other projects by Todd

Urban Fetish

Take a walk on the wild side and follow along as Todd Lambert goes in search of the creepiest, freakiest, spookiest abandoned and desolate locations he can find.

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