What Is the best setting for Milkyway Photography?


JC
answered on October 8, 2018

Iso high as 6400

Shutterspeed 25 to 30"

Focus infinity

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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on October 8, 2018

Preferably higher ISO depends on how much clear the milkyway is. If it is pitch dark in the sky without any ambient light, preferably you can go with ISO 1250 or 1600 as well. Shutter speed 25-30 sec is really good to go with. And finally the aperture, it can be kept arounf f/8.

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Pixean

answered on December 5, 2018

Read our latest blog to understand Milkyway Photography.

https://www.pixean.com/blog/4935/how-to-capture-your-first-star-night-sky-time-lapse/

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