Milky Way

StudentOfLight

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This is one of my favourite threads. Unfortunately my area is being hit by one of the biggest storms in a long while so it's doubtful I'll get a chance to shoot in the dark-week this month :(. I'm still holding thumbs that I might get one or two nights in the next few days. Otherwise I'll just have to wait a couple weeks again.
 

mick123

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it's time of the year where the Milky Way is vertical. lucky to get clear skies for these shots



first attempt at pano. would hv been great if shot with fisheye.


another pano shooting skyward from horizon to horizon
 

tom r

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Zaca Lake in Central California on the Solstice. This is my first try with a Rokinon 14 on my 6D.

 

Click

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Andy_Hodapp said:
Outside of Bozeman Montana, Canon 5d mkii 50mm 1.8ii, iso 3200 8 seconds f/2.2 for the stars, merged with iso 400, f/3.5, 247 seconds.

Great shot 8) Well done Andy.
 

StudentOfLight

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I reprocessed some of my pics to make this 210o stitched panorama.
5D Mark-III - ISO 3200, round about f/4
Samyang 14mm T3.1. (14x20sec)
 

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Click

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StudentOfLight said:
I reprocessed some of my pics to make this 210o stitched panorama.
5D Mark-III - ISO 3200, round about f/4
Samyang 14mm T3.1. (14x20sec)

Cool shot. Nicely done.
 

StudentOfLight

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Click said:
StudentOfLight said:
I reprocessed some of my pics to make this 210o stitched panorama.
5D Mark-III - ISO 3200, round about f/4
Samyang 14mm T3.1. (14x20sec)

Cool shot. Nicely done.
Thanks Click, I'm still experimenting with stitching and will probably have another run with this set of images to see if I can create another representation of this scene. I'm also looking into several innovative printing options.