There is nothing like the beauty of the night sky. A few years ago I learned to photograph the stars and it's been so gratifying and
To achieve good astrophotography one needs a clear sky, little to no light pollution, no moonlight, a tripod, a good camera and the ability to compose your shot in the dark of night.
On a clear autumn evening I set out for a little back road on the borders of New Haven and Waltham, VT. There is a nice vista of the Adirondacks in NY, Snake Mountain nearby a picturesque barn and farm fields. I watched the sunset and waited for dark.
As the last light of day diminished in the West I composed my shot with the barn, the fields and Snake Mountain visible. I took a shot few stops underexposed so it was nice and dark. I would use this as my foreground piece in the subsequent HDR composition.
When the Milky Way rose to the Southwest over Snake Mountain, I adjusted my setting and took a series of photos at different exposures.
At home I picked the best Milky Way exposure and combined it with the shot of the Barn, Fields and Mtn.
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If you have any questions about "The Milky Way Over Snake Mountain" feel free to contact me and I would be happy to assist you! Cheers!
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