Following on from my last post, this is a short edit showcasing my day of scouting followed by a night of shooting under a 62% moonlit sky. No surprises the stars were massively washed out, however the trade off being the rugged sandstone coast I was on was brilliantly illuminated. Spending so much time out under the stars where the moon is completely absent, so dark that even with night adjusted eyes you can’t see your hand in front of your face , it was really a pleasant change. Anyway, hope you enjoy this clip of a very special part of Australia’s coastline.
The 2019 Milky Way season was the first in which I made a consistent effort to get myself out and shooting, in particular of time lapse sequences. This video is a series of all my 2019 time lapse sequences that I felt “worked” sufficiently to put together in a single video. Most of these sequences where shot using a Sony A7s using a Sigma 20mm f1.4 with the mosaic shots being shot with a Panasonic GH5 using a combination of Laowa 7.5mm f2 and Sigma 16mm f1.4. Hopefully you enjoy the video, would love to hear your feedback and do my best to answer any questions you might have.