Photographer Jim Baugh continues to awe with more beautiful time-lapse evenings.
“Cushmans Landing” ESVA. March 11th 2021
“Our first Milky Way 2021! What was supposed to be a clear night with only 10% clouds was a good forecast, but those 10% clouds were in front of the Milky Way for the most part. I filmed from 3am to 5am hoping for a clean cloud break, it never really came, this is about as close as I got. But it was a beautiful night, and a great sunrise. The clouds did help with the foreground composition…Magotha Bay is beautiful and offers some excellent wildlife photography and excellent stargazing. Photo info belowForeground Cushmans Landing: 15 exposures ranging from 4 to 10 seconds, ISO 200, GVM RGB S7 light plus a small spot, 13-foot light pole, stacked and blended in photoshop 2021. All exposures triggered through wifi including ISO and F stop.” — Jim Baugh
Milky Way: Took about 45 exposures, this image is a single 2-minute exposure no stacking. Tracker is a Sky Tracker from Ioptron, intervalometer, and tripod. Tokina 11-16 lens with a lens muff with 3 heat packs. Shot at F2.8Dedicated to “Tina”