Out of this world long exposure photography…from space
Long exposure photography done at an altitude of 400km moving at 7.66 km/s through space aboard the ISS is just as breathtaking as it sounds.
You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know how much I love long exposure photography, all you need to do is take one look at my Instagram account. So naturally when I first heard about Donald Pettit who was a chemical engineer and photographer with a love for taking long exposure photos and creating composites aboard the ISS while hurling through space at mind-blowing speeds, I needed to find these images, and when I found them I needed to share. I really dislike heights, but I would certainly suck it up and take the opportunity to do something like this in my lifetime.
The following are a collection of images released by NASA and were shot on what else? Only the finest in Nikon cameras and lenses, the official camera of NASA.
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