A first attempt

Messages
29
Name
Daryl
Edit My Images
Yes
Last night was a quick trip out to try and photography the Milky Way for a first time. The weather offered a glimmer of hope but sadly some low misty cloud curtailed getting a photo in astronomical darkness. It proved a good learning exercise and the evening threw up a few things to consider for future.
The Milky Way with Jupiter and Saturn alongside over Portwrinkle harbour


IMG15802.jpg
 
Messages
2,047
Name
Lee
Edit My Images
Yes
At least you can see it. Try to pull it out a little more in PP.

We went out Saturday when we arrived in Dorset but it's been forecast cloudy ever since. My other half has woken the last two nights and said it's been clear! :mad:
 
Messages
47
Name
Angel
Edit My Images
Yes
Last night was a quick trip out to try and photography the Milky Way for a first time. The weather offered a glimmer of hope but sadly some low misty cloud curtailed getting a photo in astronomical darkness. It proved a good learning exercise and the evening threw up a few things to consider for future.
The Milky Way with Jupiter and Saturn alongside over Portwrinkle harbour


View attachment 289416
Amazing pic, is there any post in this forum with tips or settings for beginners to try my first astro-shot? Thanks!
 
Messages
1,959
Name
Mads
Edit My Images
Yes
Mate, I'd be chuffed as a toddler who found an unlocked cupboard if I'd taken that shot, particularly if its your first go. Very very nice. The advice here is good, so use it as a starting point to build upon.
 
Messages
6,425
Name
Jak
Edit My Images
No
That's pretty good Daryl isn't it (y)
 
Top