In order to capture any decent milky way photos, an area without any light pollution is required. In addition high ISO (~ 2,000), high exposure (~ f2.8) and low shutter speed (~ 30 seconds) are also considered. I spent the past weekend on our family farm located in norther Wisconsin. Around midnight the surround was completed dark and milky way became visible above field. I set up a tripod to snap the magnificent galaxy.
At this time of every year the galaxy turns to be vertical, but between February and May of each year it will turn to be horizon. I can’t wait to capture another natural wonder in next spring.
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