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Small Forest Fire On Horizon
Apparently 800 ISO is the highest you can set this camera to before you are introducing more noise in the camera than Photoshop would introduce when it raises the brightness. I do sometimes shoot at 6400 ISO just to get a sense of how the image is composed.
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Milky Way Over Big Bar Ranch
Internet for the win! astrometry.net was able to identify the stars and tell me what I shot. This is a 95.8 x 144 degree image.

The super Bright Blob on the left is likely Jupiter.
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Faint Milky Way Above Trees
The contrast/lighting difference between the trees and the sky is quite difficult to overcome. I settled for a bit of "marine fog".
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > August 2016 > Faint Milky Way Above Trees

Milky Way Over Quiniscoe Lake
Milky Way Over Quiniscoe Lake
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Milky Way Over Pyramid Mountain
I put the camera out on the dock and left it shooting and went back to bed. The sequence started at 12:08 am and finished at 1:22am for 73 photos. The images are taken every 62 seconds. The exposure is 30 seconds at f2.8 and ISO 800. The camera was set in manual mode so the exposure didn't change.

The mountain is called pyramid mountain.
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Milky Way From Whytecliff Park
90 frames x 30 seconds each is roughly 45 minutes of tripod time. I first started shooting at 13 second exposures and it took me a few minutes to realize my mistake (those frames were discarded). The camera wasn't very level when I shot it (hard to get right when so much of the frame is black) so these images are cropped.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > August 2017 > Milky Way From Whytecliff Park

Beach Sky
Sky time lapses are hard. I started taking photos at 10:56:40 on July 21st and ended at 11:46:10. I took a photo every 33 seconds roughly for 92 exposures. The exposure was 30 seconds long.

The town on the horizon is Powell River.


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Milky Way Over Forest
It was nice to get a shooting star in there.
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Starlight Over Light Polution
Starlight Over Light Polution
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Milky Way And Lighthouse At Stanley Park
I saw a post on the internet on how to bring out the milky way in very light polluted locations. I tried their procedure and sure enough - you can see it a little bit. There is also a meteor in this shot - the perseid meteor shower was starting.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > August 2016 > Milky Way And Lighthouse At Stanley Park

Spotting Scope With Meteors
Spotting Scope With Meteors
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > July 2016 > Spotting Scope With Meteors

Colourful Milky Way With Beach
Colourful Milky Way With Beach
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > July 2016 > Colourful Milky Way With Beach

Milky Way With Beached Stump
Milky Way With Beached Stump
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > July 2016 > Milky Way With Beached Stump