Shooting stars is not something I have attempted much in the past but this time of year in our southern skies is a great time to capture the milky way and southern cross very high across our skies.
Well I've been waiting for a time when I can get out into the country away from city lights to try it out but the weather hasn't been very cooperative. The other night I noticed we had a perfectly clear sky so urban lights and all I decided to give it a go. I was amazed at how many stars I could capture even with street lights so close.
Here is the sky taken from my yard a few nights ago. Not brilliant I know but I can't wait now to go further out away from the city lights.
Canon 7D, 10mm, f3.5, 30", iso 800.
I have really been inspired by Phil Hart's book "Shooting Stars" which is an excellent resource in which Phil shares his knowledge on how, when and where to capture our skies.
See link to Phil's ebook on sidebar.
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