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by on Jul.11, 2019, under Life, Photography

Some practice over and above with my new Samyang 14mm f/2.4 ultra wide astro lens along with the Novoflex multi row pano rails



NIKON Z 7 + 14.0 mm f/2.4 @ 14 mm, 15 sec at f/2.4, ISO 6400 x 10 Frames

Note: These photographs (especially the wider shots) look much better when larger. To see larger versions in an inline overlay slideshow gallery viewer click any of the images.

The final result of a ten (10) shot panorama. It consists of two rows of five vertical overlapped frames to cover the entire milky way arch

I’d actually taken eight (8) exposures of each frame. With the intention of doing star stacking of each frame to reduce noise. In the end however I just couldn’t be bothered :). So I just chose the best exposure from each set and stitched them

The bright glow (light pollution) under the left end of the arch is caused by the city of Orange in the distance

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