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The wind was blowing crazy and cold yesterday so it isn’t as sharp as I like it to be but I just love how the colors and the long exposure of the car lights turned out. I’m definitely going back on a calmer day! EXIF: 180 sec, f/4, ISO 100, at 70mm using Hoya 10 x stop filter. #hoyafilter#hoyatough#hoyafilters
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__New Milky Way season 2018!__
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I woke up very early to attempt my first first milky way photo of the year and drove an hour or so to a dark spot that was minimum one hour away from any real light source, knowing that I would have to be in a pretty dark spot with the core so low. The prediction was for 4% cloud cover so I took my chances. On the way there I saw the temperature dip to -25 celsius so I knew I was in for a cold one. Once setting up I noticed my lens fogged up inside the elements so I had to wait that out. Once I was able to shoot I noticed right away what must have been some ice crystals or something in the air that was reflecting all of the rural farm light and washing out any detail in the core that wasn't covered by the 4% of cloud cover hah! Mostly a frustrating endeavour .. It did produce a really cool star glow though. Lesson learned, milky way in February in Saskatchewan does not work.
Sky: 15 seconds, f2, ISO3200
Selfie/FG (Foreground was lit by a nearby yard light I did not anticipate): 6 seconds, f1.4, ISO6400
Shot on Nikon D800e and Rokinon 24mm 1.4