Monday, August 1, 2011

" Not one of them is missing."

       Here are a few images of the night sky that I took recently. These are all 30 second exposures. The first two have ISO settings at 1600 and the last one has an ISO setting of 3200. Increasing these settings on your camera really help in low light conditions as it improves the sensors ability to capture light. But the drawback is that it also increases noise levels so the image is not as smooth looking.
       That being said, I've wanted to capture a part of the Milky Way galaxy for a long time and I'm pretty happy with the result, especially for my first time.



  1. OMGoodness Andrew. These are absolutely the best! They are so beautiful. Good for you! You are for sure in the right 'hobby'!!!! Very awe inspiring!