milky way over stansbury island

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spencer baugh on July 16, 2010

This is my 1st shot taken with my new t2i. Not post processed at all. Straight out of the camera.

not1word on July 18, 2010

Either you have a really great camera, or you're a really great photographer, Spence. Or, there may be a combination of the two going on here. ; ) Cool shot. Where did you find all the stars?

spencer baugh on July 19, 2010

Just got a new camera, that's got higher iso settings, last week. I've been real excited to try it out, and can't wait to get down south and take some shots like this, further away from city lights, and with some good silhouette subjects, like arches, in the foreground.

Graham Hobbs on July 20, 2010

very impressive Spence - fine composition as well as exposure - we just dream about seeing the stars so bright and low to the horizon here :)

Graham

spencer baugh on July 21, 2010

Thank you Graham. I hope you're well.

whoelius on July 21, 2010

Very impressive indeed. I wish I could find skies as dark as this one. 30 seconds at f/2.8 and ISO 3200. Amazing. The darkest sky I've ever seen here allowed me 30 seconds at f/4 with ISO 200, so 32 times brighter!

spencer baugh on July 21, 2010

Thanks whoelius. I'm very excited to get further away from the city and try it. This is only about 1/2 hour west of Salt Lake City (that's where all that yellow light to the right horizon is coming from).

cindy555 on July 25, 2010

Great new camera Spence it certainly is giving you great shots

Marion

spencer baugh on July 25, 2010

Thanks Marion. It's fun.

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  • Uploaded on July 16, 2010
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    by spencer baugh
    • Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T2i
    • Taken on 2010/07/15 10:50:56
    • Exposure: 30.000s
    • Focal Length: 11.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO3200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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