Milky Way Skylights At Double Arch
We're filled up in May but we had a cancellation on one of our single-night events during the NightScaper conference in Moab on May 1st. We also have just one last spot remaining on our special event workshop in Yellowstone National Park. Spots on these and other events will be gone soon so secure yours today. See why our students keep coming back to learn more from Darren White and myself through our website NightPhotographyWorkshop.com.
If you're lucky enough to visit Double Arch in Arches National Park, please treat it with the utmost respect. Many people follow leave no trace principles and I like that. What would you think of going a step further and actually picking up a piece of trash?
How I Got The Shot
Stacking reduces noise so I cranked up my ISO to 12,800 to get my shutter speed down to 10 seconds. Then I shot and stacked 12 exposures in Starry Landscape Stacker to reduce the noise. In final processing, I used Star Spikes Pro on the brightest stars.
• Camera Body - Sony A7RII
• Camera Lens - Sigma 20mm f/1.4 Art
• Tripod Head - Acratech GP Ballhead with Lever Clamp
• Tripod Legs - Feisol Elite CT-3472 Rapid Tripod Legs
Exposure Settings - 12 stacked exposures
• ISO: 12,800
• Aperture: f/2.0
• Shutter Speed: 10 seconds
January 2nd, 2019
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