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Cliff Manzone at the Nathan Hale Homestead — REPOST: @cliffmanzone from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @tracyleephotos — MWC Admin: @tracyleephotos --- #milkywaychasers to be featured or post on Facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers. Tag a friend who might enjoy this Milky Way image and journey! --- From Cliff about this image: --- STACKED / PANO / BLEND Coventry, CT USA The photographer's dilemma... This is one of my favorite shots of the year. It was taken back in early August at the Nathan Hale Homestead, which is located in the town I grew up in... So here's the issue: If you look to the left of the building you'll notice power lines. In my opinion, they are a bit of an eyesore. Now my Photoshop skills are not very strong, but I'm pretty confident I could remove them without much issue. But here's the thing, right now with the image as you see it, I can legitimately say every detail is 100% real. If I remove those power lines, then I can only say this image is 99% real. And those non-existent power lines are the type of things those internet trolls (you all know the people I'm talking about) will cling to and try to discredit the reality of the entire image. I can see the comments already... "Where are the power lines?" "Photoshopped!", "Fake image!" .... So despite the minor eyesore, I chose not to fuel that fire. Like they say in golf, "Play it as it lies!" instagram.com/cliffmanzone/ Top frame: 15 stacked 15 sec exposures, 24MM, F2,8, ISO 3200 Bottom frame: 2 stacked 120 sec exposures, 24MM, F2.8, ISO 3200 - #longexposure_shots #nightimages#nightshooterz#nightshooters#nightpics#milkywaygalaxy#astrophotography#astrophoto#astro_photography_ #astro_photography #longexposure#longexpohunter#longexpo#amazing_longexpo #amazingearth#milkyway#nightphotography#night_excl #amazingphotohunter#fantasticuniverse#nightphotography#nightimages#night_excl
Jesse Graver in Death Valley — REPOST: @creation.captured from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @tracyleephotos — MWC Admin: @tracyleephotos --- #milkywaychasers to be featured or post on Facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers. Tag a friend who might enjoy this Milky Way image and journey! --- From Jesse about this image: --- TRACKED/BLEND This is the first real attempt I made at capturing the Orion constellation, and It was more difficult than I imagined. I used a equatorial mount and experimented with a few different exposure times. I started at 1 min because if photographing the milkyway it would usually produce good detail, but I barely captured anything but the brightest stars! So I tried a 4 min exposure next and I could start to see some of the nebulosity but it was very very faint on the back of my camera. So I figured I would try 6 mins, and although I was starting to get more detail I was also getting some noticeable star trailing because I only polar aligned with a laser. In post processing, it was much harder to pull out detail from the image than a typical milkyway shot. I did some color grading to let the nebulas stand out but I would have imagined I could get much more out of the image. I’ll be excited to go out and try to shoot Orion again, I believe I will try stacking exposures for the next attempt I make. If you guys have any tips on how many frames to stack, if you use dark frames, or what (free) software you use, your advice would be much appreciated! EXIF Orion Constellation Olympus Em-5 mark ii 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO lens Tracked 240 SEC | f2.8 | ISO 800 Foreground Olympus Em-5 mark ii 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO lens 2 SEC | f8 | ISO 800 FB.com/jesse.graver.3 Instagram.com/creation.captured - #longexposure_shots #nightimages#nightshooterz#nightshooters#nightpics#milkywaygalaxy#astrophotography#astrophoto#astro_photography_
Mark Robben in Joshua Tree — REPOST: @skylightphotography_ from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @tracyleephotos — MWC Admin: @tracyleephotos --- #milkywaychasers to be featured or post on Facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers. Tag a friend who might enjoy this Milky Way image and journey! --- From Mark about this image: --- TRACKED/BLEND instagram.com/skylightphotography_/ facebook.com/SkyLight-Photography-367787186748855 skylightphoto.net An image from June 2018. I’ve posted others from this same night, but this one differs in that it was one of my earliest attempts at tracking. The first few outings I brought the tracker along, it didn’t get much use for fear I might not get the alignment right and come away with nothing to show for a night out. However, on this night I was determined to get at least one good tracked shot. So after shooting multiple angles the more traditional way (higher ISO, shorter exposure for stacking) I brought out the Skywatcher Star Adventurer and got everything ready to go. I hadn’t been able to find a lot of good info on how to actually use it properly, so I did a lot of guessing. Locating Polaris through the polar scope was the biggest challenge. It’s easy enough to find with the naked eye, but looking through the scope unaided is a whole other ballgame. I probably hunted around for 15 minutes before I settled on the what seemed like the right star. These days I can find it in 30 seconds, so in that regard I did improve. Apparently I guessed correctly, as my track seems to have been pretty solid for 2.5 minutes. Nikon D810 + Nikon 14-24 Sky (16mm, f/4, 160 seconds, ISO 2000) Foreground (16mm, f/4, 45 seconds, ISO 3200) Sky processed in Pixinsight Color and Blending in Photoshop CC 2019 - #longexposure_shots #nightimages#nightshooterz#nightshooters#nightpics#milkywaygalaxy#astrophotography#astrophoto