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Re: Milky Way rising over old barn


niktnowy wrote:
Takes 400 pics at 1/6-adjusting camera position every 20.
Later stack pictures using some software

Tracking is not needed for wide angle, short exposure shots such as this which is gorgeous. Quick question for the OP: DId you set up your tripod for the twilight shot and then leave it as-is for the night shot? Or was the Milky Way shot a separate composure? 14-24 lens at 14mm? TIA, Dave



May 30, 2013 at 07:00 AM
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Re: Milky Way rising over old barn


niktnowy wrote:
Takes 400 pics at 1/6-adjusting camera position every 20.
Later stack pictures using some software

Tracking is not needed for wide angle, short exposure shots such as this which is gorgeous. Quick question for the OP: DId you set up your tripod for the twilight shot and then leave it as-is for the night shot? Or was the Milky Way shot a separate composure? 14-24 lens? TIA, Dave



May 30, 2013 at 07:00 AM
dasams
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Re: Milky Way rising over old barn


niktnowy wrote:
Takes 400 pics at 1/6-adjusting camera position every 20.
Later stack pictures using some software

Tracking is not needed for wide angle, short exposure shots such as this which is gorgeous. Quick question for the OP: DId you set up your tripod for the twilight shot and then leave it as-is for the night shot? Or was the Milky Way shot a separate composure? TIA, Dave



May 30, 2013 at 06:52 AM



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