#newmilkyway Instagram Photos & Videos

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  • nowjourneys - Now Journeys (Private Archive) @nowjourneys 1 hour ago
  • @roycebairphoto is a nut case. Honorable fucking mentions? Awards? What the actual fuck? You are just sharing people’s work like 10s of other accounts that have a better engagement and better quality photos. As a photographer you are mediocre and you sound like it’s a big fucking deal to get a share from you. Jesus fucking Christ sake. Left your group and not coming back. Ego tripping went to Milky Way galaxy propositions when we hear shit like “honorable mention” or “awards”. People, don’t fall for this crap. Most of these competition prizes and awards are issued by no fucking bodies. @roycebairphoto is a nut case. Honorable fucking mentions? Awards? What the actual fuck? You are just sharing people’s work like 10s of other accounts that have a better engagement and better quality photos. As a photographer you are mediocre and you sound like it’s a big fucking deal to get a share from you. Jesus fucking Christ sake. Left your group and not coming back. Ego tripping went to Milky Way galaxy propositions when we hear shit like “honorable mention” or “awards”. People, don’t fall for this crap. Most of these competition prizes and awards are issued by no fucking bodies.
  • @roycebairphoto is a nut case. Honorable fucking mentions? Awards? What the actual fuck? You are just sharing people’s work like 10s of other accounts that have a better engagement and better quality photos. As a photographer you are mediocre and you sound like it’s a big fucking deal to get a share from you. Jesus fucking Christ sake. Left your group and not coming back. Ego tripping went to Milky Way galaxy propositions when we hear shit like “honorable mention” or “awards”. People, don’t fall for this crap. Most of these competition prizes and awards are issued by no fucking bodies.
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  • newmilkyway - New Milky Way Experience @newmilkyway 2 hours ago
  • 📷 by @mstokerphotos

PANO / STACKED / BLEND

Looking out over the Fraser Canyon on a star-filled night!

I shot this one back in early March. With all of the tall mountains towering above the canyon, I wanted to get to a high vantage point where I'd have a clear view of the rising Milky Way core. So I arrived at 3am and hiked for an hour in the dark up an icy trail to reach this viewpoint. I wasn't quite sure what to expect here since this was a new location for me, but this turned out to be a nice little spot to sit back and gaze at the night sky. A busy rail line runs parallel to the Fraser River, and way down below freight trains were rumbling past quite often. I found my widest lens wasn't quite wide enough to capture this scene, so I shot a panorama image here. This was taken during astronomical twilight, just as the sky was beginning to brighten.

Instagram: @mstokerphotos

EXIF:

Sony a7S

Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8

Sky: 3 columns X 12 exposures each, stacked in Sequator (f/2.8, ISO 6400, 15 sec)

Foreground: 3 X f/2.8, ISO 1600, 62 sec (highlights: f/8.0, ISO 1600, 44 sec) 📷 by @mstokerphotos PANO / STACKED / BLEND Looking out over the Fraser Canyon on a star-filled night! I shot this one back in early March. With all of the tall mountains towering above the canyon, I wanted to get to a high vantage point where I'd have a clear view of the rising Milky Way core. So I arrived at 3am and hiked for an hour in the dark up an icy trail to reach this viewpoint. I wasn't quite sure what to expect here since this was a new location for me, but this turned out to be a nice little spot to sit back and gaze at the night sky. A busy rail line runs parallel to the Fraser River, and way down below freight trains were rumbling past quite often. I found my widest lens wasn't quite wide enough to capture this scene, so I shot a panorama image here. This was taken during astronomical twilight, just as the sky was beginning to brighten. Instagram: @mstokerphotos EXIF: Sony a7S Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 Sky: 3 columns X 12 exposures each, stacked in Sequator (f/2.8, ISO 6400, 15 sec) Foreground: 3 X f/2.8, ISO 1600, 62 sec (highlights: f/8.0, ISO 1600, 44 sec)
  • 📷 by @mstokerphotos PANO / STACKED / BLEND Looking out over the Fraser Canyon on a star-filled night! I shot this one back in early March. With all of the tall mountains towering above the canyon, I wanted to get to a high vantage point where I'd have a clear view of the rising Milky Way core. So I arrived at 3am and hiked for an hour in the dark up an icy trail to reach this viewpoint. I wasn't quite sure what to expect here since this was a new location for me, but this turned out to be a nice little spot to sit back and gaze at the night sky. A busy rail line runs parallel to the Fraser River, and way down below freight trains were rumbling past quite often. I found my widest lens wasn't quite wide enough to capture this scene, so I shot a panorama image here. This was taken during astronomical twilight, just as the sky was beginning to brighten. Instagram: @mstokerphotos EXIF: Sony a7S Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 Sky: 3 columns X 12 exposures each, stacked in Sequator (f/2.8, ISO 6400, 15 sec) Foreground: 3 X f/2.8, ISO 1600, 62 sec (highlights: f/8.0, ISO 1600, 44 sec)
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  • longexposure_photos - longexposure_photos @longexposure_photos 11 hours ago
  • Shot by @traynorjake 😍😍
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I love finding little hidden waterfalls 🙊

What’s your best tip for getting unique waterfall shots? Mine is getting wet 💦 far too many shots are taken from the comfort of dry land. If you’re looking for something new, do what most tourists are hesitant to do and get knee-deep.
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@sonyalpha α7R II
@sonyaustralia Zeiss 24-70mm f/4 FE 
24mm
f/11
0.6 sec
ISO 100
@nisifiltersaustralia Enhanced CPL + 0.9 SG
@siruiaustralia W-2204 tripod with K-20x ball head
——————————— Shot by @traynorjake 😍😍 • • • • • • I love finding little hidden waterfalls 🙊 What’s your best tip for getting unique waterfall shots? Mine is getting wet 💦 far too many shots are taken from the comfort of dry land. If you’re looking for something new, do what most tourists are hesitant to do and get knee-deep. ——————————— @sonyalpha α7R II @sonyaustralia Zeiss 24-70mm f/4 FE 24mm f/11 0.6 sec ISO 100 @nisifiltersaustralia Enhanced CPL + 0.9 SG @siruiaustralia W-2204 tripod with K-20x ball head ———————————
  • Shot by @traynorjake 😍😍 • • • • • • I love finding little hidden waterfalls 🙊 What’s your best tip for getting unique waterfall shots? Mine is getting wet 💦 far too many shots are taken from the comfort of dry land. If you’re looking for something new, do what most tourists are hesitant to do and get knee-deep. ——————————— @sonyalpha α7R II @sonyaustralia Zeiss 24-70mm f/4 FE 24mm f/11 0.6 sec ISO 100 @nisifiltersaustralia Enhanced CPL + 0.9 SG @siruiaustralia W-2204 tripod with K-20x ball head ———————————
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  • newmilkyway - New Milky Way Experience @newmilkyway 12 hours ago
  • 📷 by @jcs_captures 
TRACKED/BLEND/FOCUS STACKED

In last two moon windows for photographing the milky way I experienced a combination of bad luck and little time. I went out to photograph the milky way a few times, but each time there was nothing but clouds despite the good weather forecast. So yesterday, when it was clear skies I decided to try my luck. A friend and I arrived during blue hour and scouted a few locations. I set up my tracker before the end of astronomical twilight because I wanted to get as many shots as possible as my time was limited due to the early moon rise. I usually don't take my foreground shots during astronomical twilight, but this time I had no other choice since I didn't want any moon light in the foreground. This is the first time that I did a focus stack at night, I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out.

Social:

Insta: www.instagram.com/jcs_captures

Website: www.jakobschultz.com

EXIF:

Sky: Sony A7, Sigma 24mm, 120 sec, f2.8, ISO 800

Foreground: 3x 30 sec, f2.5, ISO 3200 📷 by @jcs_captures TRACKED/BLEND/FOCUS STACKED In last two moon windows for photographing the milky way I experienced a combination of bad luck and little time. I went out to photograph the milky way a few times, but each time there was nothing but clouds despite the good weather forecast. So yesterday, when it was clear skies I decided to try my luck. A friend and I arrived during blue hour and scouted a few locations. I set up my tracker before the end of astronomical twilight because I wanted to get as many shots as possible as my time was limited due to the early moon rise. I usually don't take my foreground shots during astronomical twilight, but this time I had no other choice since I didn't want any moon light in the foreground. This is the first time that I did a focus stack at night, I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. Social: Insta: www.instagram.com/jcs_captures Website: www.jakobschultz.com EXIF: Sky: Sony A7, Sigma 24mm, 120 sec, f2.8, ISO 800 Foreground: 3x 30 sec, f2.5, ISO 3200
  • 📷 by @jcs_captures TRACKED/BLEND/FOCUS STACKED In last two moon windows for photographing the milky way I experienced a combination of bad luck and little time. I went out to photograph the milky way a few times, but each time there was nothing but clouds despite the good weather forecast. So yesterday, when it was clear skies I decided to try my luck. A friend and I arrived during blue hour and scouted a few locations. I set up my tracker before the end of astronomical twilight because I wanted to get as many shots as possible as my time was limited due to the early moon rise. I usually don't take my foreground shots during astronomical twilight, but this time I had no other choice since I didn't want any moon light in the foreground. This is the first time that I did a focus stack at night, I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. Social: Insta: www.instagram.com/jcs_captures Website: www.jakobschultz.com EXIF: Sky: Sony A7, Sigma 24mm, 120 sec, f2.8, ISO 800 Foreground: 3x 30 sec, f2.5, ISO 3200
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  • ig_astrophotography - ig astrophotography @ig_astrophotography 18 hours ago
  • Congratulations  @marcadamus for this stunning shot 😍
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Seven years ago, I went to Canada's Far North to test what I had learned about Aurora shooting at night and focus stacking, which was a new enough concept at the that I hadn't even heard that name for it yet.  It was a time of great discovery in photography.  I had a working ISO 3200 for the first time too.  It was a lot of fun, a lot of imaging what was now possible.  Today, I wondered also what the image might look like with more modern processing, taking advantage of the luminous screens we view, so I did a little work on the original and also made it fit the 4x5. 
Having walked/snowshoed in 20 miles the year before, I helicoptered in this year for 12 days.  There I hiked for hours every day and detailed the place over many miles.  I made camp right here, actually!  I had ascended thousands of feet with heavy pack across boulderer fields covered in deep snow, and for part of 4 days I was hoping this ice wouldn't melt or break off!  Finally, in the light of the half moon around eleven I shot the great Monolith, aurora dancing all around. 
I shot the image at f/2.8, 25 seconds for the sky, not the settings I would use today.  I then spent the next 1 hour focus stacking icicles at f/5.6, also not what I would do today.  But in -20C temps lying almost upside down in a snowbank barely able to reach my camera, it worked and still would work now. Congratulations @marcadamus for this stunning shot 😍 • • • • • • Seven years ago, I went to Canada's Far North to test what I had learned about Aurora shooting at night and focus stacking, which was a new enough concept at the that I hadn't even heard that name for it yet. It was a time of great discovery in photography. I had a working ISO 3200 for the first time too. It was a lot of fun, a lot of imaging what was now possible. Today, I wondered also what the image might look like with more modern processing, taking advantage of the luminous screens we view, so I did a little work on the original and also made it fit the 4x5. Having walked/snowshoed in 20 miles the year before, I helicoptered in this year for 12 days. There I hiked for hours every day and detailed the place over many miles. I made camp right here, actually! I had ascended thousands of feet with heavy pack across boulderer fields covered in deep snow, and for part of 4 days I was hoping this ice wouldn't melt or break off! Finally, in the light of the half moon around eleven I shot the great Monolith, aurora dancing all around. I shot the image at f/2.8, 25 seconds for the sky, not the settings I would use today. I then spent the next 1 hour focus stacking icicles at f/5.6, also not what I would do today. But in -20C temps lying almost upside down in a snowbank barely able to reach my camera, it worked and still would work now.
  • Congratulations @marcadamus for this stunning shot 😍 • • • • • • Seven years ago, I went to Canada's Far North to test what I had learned about Aurora shooting at night and focus stacking, which was a new enough concept at the that I hadn't even heard that name for it yet. It was a time of great discovery in photography. I had a working ISO 3200 for the first time too. It was a lot of fun, a lot of imaging what was now possible. Today, I wondered also what the image might look like with more modern processing, taking advantage of the luminous screens we view, so I did a little work on the original and also made it fit the 4x5. Having walked/snowshoed in 20 miles the year before, I helicoptered in this year for 12 days. There I hiked for hours every day and detailed the place over many miles. I made camp right here, actually! I had ascended thousands of feet with heavy pack across boulderer fields covered in deep snow, and for part of 4 days I was hoping this ice wouldn't melt or break off! Finally, in the light of the half moon around eleven I shot the great Monolith, aurora dancing all around. I shot the image at f/2.8, 25 seconds for the sky, not the settings I would use today. I then spent the next 1 hour focus stacking icicles at f/5.6, also not what I would do today. But in -20C temps lying almost upside down in a snowbank barely able to reach my camera, it worked and still would work now.
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  • newmilkyway - New Milky Way Experience @newmilkyway 20 hours ago
  • 📷 by @mattcookii 
SINGLE/TRACKED

I spent the weekend in Crescent City. I wasn't planning on shooting the Milky Way because I rarely get clear skies up there. The first night the sky was so clear that I decided to head up to the Oregon coast.

I have wanted to get a shot of the Milky way down this channel for a couple of years. This is the first time the timing worked out.

I was messing around with my star tracker and shot a few long exposures at 1/2 tracking speed. I used a little bit of light painting and I was pleasantly surprised with the result. What do you think?

Sony A7riii with Sony GM 16-35mm and Ioptron Startracker

16mm | f2.8 | ISO 3200 | 42 seconds

Edited in LR

IG: @mattcookii

FB: www.facebook.com/mattcookii 📷 by @mattcookii SINGLE/TRACKED I spent the weekend in Crescent City. I wasn't planning on shooting the Milky Way because I rarely get clear skies up there. The first night the sky was so clear that I decided to head up to the Oregon coast. I have wanted to get a shot of the Milky way down this channel for a couple of years. This is the first time the timing worked out. I was messing around with my star tracker and shot a few long exposures at 1/2 tracking speed. I used a little bit of light painting and I was pleasantly surprised with the result. What do you think? Sony A7riii with Sony GM 16-35mm and Ioptron Startracker 16mm | f2.8 | ISO 3200 | 42 seconds Edited in LR IG: @mattcookii FB: www.facebook.com/mattcookii
  • 📷 by @mattcookii SINGLE/TRACKED I spent the weekend in Crescent City. I wasn't planning on shooting the Milky Way because I rarely get clear skies up there. The first night the sky was so clear that I decided to head up to the Oregon coast. I have wanted to get a shot of the Milky way down this channel for a couple of years. This is the first time the timing worked out. I was messing around with my star tracker and shot a few long exposures at 1/2 tracking speed. I used a little bit of light painting and I was pleasantly surprised with the result. What do you think? Sony A7riii with Sony GM 16-35mm and Ioptron Startracker 16mm | f2.8 | ISO 3200 | 42 seconds Edited in LR IG: @mattcookii FB: www.facebook.com/mattcookii
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  • mohammadsadeghhayati - Mohammad.s.Hayati @mohammadsadeghhayati 1 day ago
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Highlands of Fars.iran. #kahkaran
One of the beautiful place in iran which perfect place for photographers and tourists in 4 season on the year. this pictures taken last year in summer time with dear beautiful MilkyWay on the dark sky.
#FARSMOUNTAIN
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ارتفاعات استان فارس. کهکران.
یکی از زیباترین نقاط ایران که محلی فوق العاده است برای عکاسان و توریست های طبیعت در چهار فصل سال. این عکس تابستان سال گذشته با راه شیری و آسمانی تاریک گرفته شده است.
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#iran_beautiful_place :
EachPhoto Stacked for focuse and noise reduction with 5xShots, Samyung14mm,f2.8,iso 6400,30sec,NikonD750,Procs ACR&PS.
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: : : Highlands of Fars.iran. #kahkaran One of the beautiful place in iran which perfect place for photographers and tourists in 4 season on the year. this pictures taken last year in summer time with dear beautiful MilkyWay on the dark sky. #farsmountain : : ارتفاعات استان فارس. کهکران. یکی از زیباترین نقاط ایران که محلی فوق العاده است برای عکاسان و توریست های طبیعت در چهار فصل سال. این عکس تابستان سال گذشته با راه شیری و آسمانی تاریک گرفته شده است. : : #iran_beautiful_place : EachPhoto Stacked for focuse and noise reduction with 5xShots, Samyung14mm,f2.8,iso 6400,30sec,NikonD750,Procs ACR&PS. : :
  • : : Highlands of Fars.iran. #kahkaran One of the beautiful place in iran which perfect place for photographers and tourists in 4 season on the year. this pictures taken last year in summer time with dear beautiful MilkyWay on the dark sky. #farsmountain : : ارتفاعات استان فارس. کهکران. یکی از زیباترین نقاط ایران که محلی فوق العاده است برای عکاسان و توریست های طبیعت در چهار فصل سال. این عکس تابستان سال گذشته با راه شیری و آسمانی تاریک گرفته شده است. : : #iran_beautiful_place : EachPhoto Stacked for focuse and noise reduction with 5xShots, Samyung14mm,f2.8,iso 6400,30sec,NikonD750,Procs ACR&PS. : :
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