Wednesday, November 23, 2016

I need just one or two more photos for my final project and I was hoping to find time to capture a picture of the milky way and there is a new moon on the 29th of this month so I researched the settings and helpful tips to get good quality photo's. This was the link I found most helpful.
http://www.lightstalking.com/how-to-photograph-the-milky-way/


Photo By: Josh Hawley, on Flickr

They said in the article to use a high ISO around 3200 to start with a very long shutter speed of about 30 seconds and you must use a tripod or something to stabilize the camera for that duration of time. Hopefully I can figure it out! 

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