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Milky Way starting to rise

Milky Way starting to rise
The Milky way is just starting to rise we see the southern cross and the pointers just below the rock close to the horizion.

Petar Bojić, , Gudrun have particularly liked this photo


10 comments - The latest ones
 Daniela Brocca
Daniela Brocca club
I'm not sure we could see the Milky way here,maybe in Summer, in any case there is always too much light. I love the photo.
6 years ago.
Steve Paxton club
has replied to Daniela Brocca club
Daniela we are lucky we dont have to go too far out to get dark skies. we have a few months to go to get the milky way up completely. this is just the start. glad to bring this view to you. Steve
6 years ago.
 Gudrun
Gudrun club
Wow, your southern skies are fantastic! I think those must be the Magellanic clouds to the right!
6 years ago.
Steve Paxton club
has replied to Gudrun club
Gudrun thank you we are lucky to have a lot of black as we are a very isolated city. i suggest if you can ever try this do so. i have made the EXIF data visible for you as well. you are 100% correct that is the two Magellanic clouds , yes i am still learning what is up there. Steve
6 years ago.
 Gudrun
Gudrun club
Thanks for showing the EXIF! I gather it's basically the same as with aurora photography- go completely manual, wide aperture, high ISO. Your exposure time is relatively long yet there are no star trails!
How do you like the Samyang? I need a new ultra wide angle lens for full format and that means either renting an expensive one or buying an affordable one...
6 years ago.
Steve Paxton club
has replied to Gudrun club
Gudrun this is a lens worth owning if you own a Nikon as the AE version is chipped so the lens communicates with the camera.

www.panoramio.com/user/441781/tags/Lens%20Samyang%2014mm%20F2.8%20ED%20AS%20IF%20UMC%20AE

i suggest you look through the tag. killer lens @ <$400 nikon's 14-24 is $2500 here.

But i fully recommend you use lens PT to correct distortion if you use for buildings. Great lens i 100% recommend if you are old school and can follow the focus of manual rather than auto.
6 years ago.
Steve Paxton club
has replied to Gudrun club
Gudrun Fx 500/ 14mm = 35.7 seconds so my 30.4 is on the conservative side but worth it.

Steve
6 years ago.
Gudrun club
has replied to Steve Paxton club
Thanks Steve! Lightroom has lens profiles plus a perspective correction tool (automatic and manual)- quite handy!
6 years ago.
 spacemouses
spacemouses
Lovely sky you have. A lot more down your way.
5 years ago.
Steve Paxton club
has replied to spacemouses
we have nothing high here to make the skies small .

www.ipernity.com/doc/1073393/39980620

but i am way out in the bush for these. Steve
5 years ago.

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