Photographing the Milky Way (Astro Photograph) (Part-II)

Photographing the Milky Way (Astro Photograph) (Part-II)

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In my last post I wrote about how I finally learnt to capture the milky way photograph(astro photograph) right from my house after trying for about a year. Today, I’m gonna share another experience involving the same milky way photography.

I took these photos last night but I couldn’t post due to network issues. Anyway, I was lucky to have a clear sky last night because during this season we rarely see clear sky at night, even tonight is cloudy.

This is the photo from last night:

astro photograph 1

Camera configuration:

Nikon D3200
standard zoom lens 18-55mm at 18mm focal length
F-stop: f/3.5
Exposure time: 30 Seconds
ISO speed: 400
Metering mode: Pattern
35mm focal lenght: 27

 

Another shot (vertically up):

astro photograph 2

Camera configuration:

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Nikon D3200
standard zoom lens 18-55mm at 18mm focal length
F-stop: f/3.5
Exposure time: 30 Seconds
ISO speed: 400
Metering mode: Pattern
35mm focal lenght: 27

 

Those are the only two shots that came out good. Lemme know what you guys think about this one.

If you liked my photos I’d really appreciate if you guys could say something encouraging. Or if you think I’ve done something wrong you can comment your suggestions.

Thanks for reading! ✌

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