Christmas Star hasn’t happened for 800 years so I figured I’d snap it since it’s not going to happen again for a little while. Special thanks to the random rock for making the shot somewhat interesting. In 800 years, I might try to find some darker sky. The barely visible Milkyway on the far right is a huge miss. Can’t wait to see what everyone else was able to shoot!
Foreground: @sonyalpha #a7riii with @sonyalpha 24-70@24 mm f/2.8 ISO 100 for 20 seconds
Sky: Same camera and lens f/4 ISO 2,000 10 seconds
Christmas star: Same Camera @sonyalpha 70-200@142mm f/2.8 ISO 8000 2 Seconds
Went out to shoot the #neowisecomet and the #milkyway was in the sky too so why not?
@sonyalpha 24-70mm @24 mm
F/2.8 25.00s (Again, too long) ISO 5000
Comet Neowise just after Sunset over the Amargosa Valley.
A little tough to see with the naked eye but it was fun setting up the long exposure and seeing the result. (A lot of horrible test shots 😅)
@sonyalpha 70-200 mm @70 mm
F2.8 25.00s (too long) ISO 3200...