Took these during a workshop at the Colorado spring football game. Also got to borrow a 1D X for these, the camera is awesome.
I love those shots with the Milky Way. I have seen some stunning photos like that, but I have never seen the Milky Way like that myself. Does it look that way to the naked eye, or is it only in the photos that it comes out.
(Sorry to post such a naive question, but I really want to learn how to do this).
Milky Way over the Delicate Arch - Arches National Park - Moab, Utah
You can see more pics from my road trip at http://www.buonophotography.com/p739655009
I can probably download it and see if it is in the meta data, but I'm lazy. What shutter speed, aperture, focal length, if you don't mind.
If I were to guess I'd say, 24mm, 1/30th shutterspeed (before star trails kick in), side flash lighting of the arch, and an iso of 3200... with grain clean up in post.