Milkyway & Nightscapes
Panorama / blended Sony A7iii Sky: 2 rows, 8 panels, ISO 1600, f3.5, 20s, Foreground: 1 row, 8 panels, ISO 1600, f3.5, 120s STORY: As I set up my camera on a tripod in the middle of the Australian outback, one can't help but feel a sense of awe at the sheer darkness of the skies above you. With no light pollution to interfere, the stars seem to stretch out endlessly in all directions, like a blanket of glittering diamonds.
Starry nights in Carnarvon leaving me starstruck! This stunning shot captured right from the motel doorstep without any star tracker. Can't believe the amount of detail it's revealed. In this image, you will find the Carina Nebula, Coal Sack Nebula and the Statue of Liberty Nebula. Sony A7iii Sigma 35mm f/1.4 @ f/2.8 12x 20s stacked
Grabbed my gear and went straight to the field in UWA Campus after dinner; had to patiently wait for some clouds to pass before i could continue firing my shots for the pano. Note: this is my first attempt at taking milkyway panoramas and I must say, the result was better than i expected it to be. EXIF: Canon EOS 60D + Tamron 17-50mm 60 shots for the sky @ ISO1000, 13s each 4 shots for the forground @ ISO100, 4s each
Taken in Tioman The Galactic core rising above a small cluster of huts. We had to brave strong winds and the sand bombarding out yes from time to time at 1.30am • 8x 30s exposures stacked in Sequator
Dark Skies at Mersing
1. Jupiter (The brightest ‘star’ at top right). 2. Cats Paw Nebula (3 Small reddish lobes that looks like a cat’s paw or clover to me). 3. Lobster nebula Taken in Tioman Canon 60D @ 70mmTioman, Malaysia