The end of “Milky Way Season”

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  1. mountainjunkie

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    From my vacation in Utah last week...first one was inside Arches NP, second up by Flaming Gorge at the cabins we stayed at. C&C always welcome.

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    Tinstafl No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Love these
     
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    Gorgeous. I love how clear the Milky Way is in these - skies must be really dark. Great shots!
     
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    Nice set.
     
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  5. mountainjunkie

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    Thanks! Yes the skies were very dark. I stacked the sky with 15-20 exposures on both of these as well.
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    Nice set. I really like the first.
     
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    I am curious as to the stacking because I do not see as it made anything stand out more than as a single exposure.
     
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    Stacking doesn’t necessarily make anything “stand out” rather it reduces noise that results from high ISO, long exposures.
     
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    Great set! Both images look really good.
     
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    Shoot at a lower ISO... I rarely use over 800. I know, that goes against the grain of current thought but it works for me.
     
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    Great set, Im lucky I see a star in my light polluted sky
     
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