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Apr 12, 2020 05:49 |  #4546

Milkyway and the Aurora Borealis

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Apr 13, 2020 21:30 |  #4547

Bravo!


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Apr 18, 2020 08:47 |  #4548


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Apr 23, 2020 05:01 |  #4549

How frustrating to be stuck at home during lockdown when a huge aurora happened the other night! :cry:
Well... Stuck at home but still able to enjoy the night sky even from a town. The night sky is pretty crazy here in NZ.


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Wondering what you guys think of this composite ? Using one shot from the timelapse and another one where I stacked images from the timelapse. I'm bored so I experiment. :lol:



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Apr 30, 2020 08:18 |  #4550


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The last image I took before Quarantine came into effect. Taken in the Sydney Blue Mountains at sunset - two shots blended together with the color saturation bumped up.



  
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May 01, 2020 03:01 |  #4551

First time at Lake Pukaki in over five weeks... even though it’s 15min away from home. I’m still amazed by that Kiwi night sky every time I go out and enjoy it. :love: That’s the reason why I’m staying on this side of the globe... :-D


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May 01, 2020 11:04 |  #4552

Finally managed to get out at night for the first time in a long time.

I've been out of the loop for quite a while. Anyone with a 6D upgraded to something better for milky way shooting? eg. 5D iv, eosR, etc. Better? Worse? Same? Sony? Nikon?

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May 02, 2020 05:39 |  #4553


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Southern view the night before Quarantines were applied in Australia.

The Southern Cross, Large & Small Magellanic Clouds and the Great Carina Nebula can be seen along with the dark Coalsack nebula with the Southern Cross constellation.

Single 10 second exposure from an untracked Manfrotto tripod. I had a NiSi Natural Night Filter on my lens for this image.



  
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May 11, 2020 20:56 |  #4554

Jedi Milky Way. Bit of a creative license.


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May 13, 2020 17:12 |  #4555

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May 17, 2020 03:58 |  #4556

Finally got out last night for some astro. Caught some bioluminescence in the water too. Bummer with the sand dredge in the foreground with all its lights blazing !

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May 18, 2020 20:42 |  #4557

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May 20, 2020 15:09 |  #4558

A little picnic under the stars, anyone? Getting a wee bit cold for this down here though. :-D

Lake Ohau, New Zealand


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May 22, 2020 04:24 |  #4559

About a month ago, on the shore of Lake Pukaki, New Zealand. A friend of mine wanted to learn how to shoot the night sky. It was really interesting to give him some tips and explanations.

Two images blended together to have a sharp foreground (not the best quality when imported here unfortunately).


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May 24, 2020 01:41 |  #4560

Hi guys,
this is my first milky way so fell free to comment and criticize. I have a lot to learn so I hope in some advise from you guys. This was shot at 4000 iso with a kit lens so I was limited to maximum f3.5 aperture. This is a result of 10 shots blended with Sequator.


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