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NOCTURNAL aka NIGHT Photography

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Just some experimenting with my a6400. I had the camera on auto and on a whim I pointed it at the sky and clicked a few. I'm just surprised that anything turned out. NOTE: I did not re-size these, I just used very high compression. The stars are so small they would have disappeared if I shrunk them. Rough directions: V3N01942a.JPG - north-ish, V3N01943a.JPG - west-ish, V3N01944a.JPG - south-ish. . . .
 

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Just some experimenting with my a6400. I had the camera on auto and on a whim I pointed it at the sky and clicked a few. I'm just surprised that anything turned out. NOTE: I did not re-size these, I just used very high compression. The stars are so small they would have disappeared if I shrunk them. Rough directions: V3N01942a.JPG - north-ish, V3N01943a.JPG - west-ish, V3N01944a.JPG - south-ish. . . .
Seriously? LOL. I can barely make out anything. But what I do see is lots of iso noise and one big dust spot in the middle of the picture.
 
headlands Dark Sky Park, near Mackinaw City, Michigan (new moon, low humidity. couoldn't ask for better)
Sony A7R5 & 20/1.8

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