I have only seen the Northern Lights once in my life and that was in Arctic Sweden 15 years ago, so when I heard that they would be visible last night from North Wales I grabbed my camera and tripod and headed to Penmon Lighthouse on Anglesey. This gives a popular vantage point, there must have been about 20 other photographers out last night, but allows a view North without light pollution and of course some nice foreground interest. This little sequence was shot at f2.0 on 15 second exposures and was my first ever attempt at a night-lapse so there is room for improvement but I enjoyed the process and learnt as I went. Amazing to see!

 

 

Northern Lights at Penmon Lighthouse from Rob Johnson – Filmuphigh on Vimeo.

Comments (2)

  • Posted 8th October 2015

    What a lovely evening it must have been. This is great Rob. Keep it up and keep us posted.

    Matt

    • Posted 16th October 2015

      Cheers Matt – was a bit special!

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