The Milky Way seen above the Durdle Door in Dorset. Stephen explains: "All of the Milky Way pictures were taken between May and October, with everything on my camera pushed to its limits. They are all... more 
The Milky Way seen above the Durdle Door in Dorset. Stephen explains: "All of the Milky Way pictures were taken between May and October, with everything on my camera pushed to its limits. They are all 30 second exposures, so the camera doesn’t have long to gather the light emitted from distant stars. The aperture is set to be as wide as possible, the focus is set to infinity (because that’s as close a distance to the stars as we’re going to get), and the ISO sensitivity is between 1,600 and 6,400. Don’t be afraid to push your camera to these limits." The images are then enhanced in Lightroom - similar to Photoshop - to bring out the detail in the stars and Milky Way. (Stephen Banks) less 
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