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  1. #51
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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Post your Milky Way shots
    Milky Way over Silver Lake, Utah.

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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Very pretty sky....nicely taken.

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    Post your Milky Way shots
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  4. #54
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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Post your Milky Way shots
    Post your Milky Way shots-w_dfg_0638_milkywaykidsv3.jpg
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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Post your Milky Way shots
    A few attempts. Still learning to edit lol

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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Can someone point me in the direction of how to remove light pollution from night photos?

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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Quote Originally Posted by paul14086 View Post
    Can someone point me in the direction of how to remove light pollution from night photos?

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    Why don't you start a new thread Paul? You might get more folks looking at your question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Why don't you start a new thread Paul? You might get more folks looking at your question.
    That's a good idea. Thanks

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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Question for anyone regarding Milky Way photography...a Facebook friend and his son were out last night in an area where someone was taking 3-minute exposures of the Andromeda Galaxy and the ring nebula in Lyra. He said the photographer had a computer connected to his camera where he could track any movement of the stars. Supposedly his 3-minute exposures weren't to have any movement. I was under the impression anything that long would record as slight star trails. Does anyone know how long you can take night exposures without star movement?

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    Re: Post your Milky Way shots

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Question for anyone regarding Milky Way photography...a Facebook friend and his son were out last night in an area where someone was taking 3-minute exposures of the Andromeda Galaxy and the ring nebula in Lyra. He said the photographer had a computer connected to his camera where he could track any movement of the stars. Supposedly his 3-minute exposures weren't to have any movement. I was under the impression anything that long would record as slight star trails. Does anyone know how long you can take night exposures without star movement?

    @Moab Man could you please weigh in?
    After 15 seconds you will start getting some movement. They do make telescope mounts that do track the stars and if he was shooting a galaxy he had to of had a telescope mounted to his camera.
    equatorial mount that is computer controlled will do this


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