Jim Baugh and Jim Baugh Outdoors TV is a Mirror favorite. We have also recently fallen in love with Jim’s time-lapse photography. Here is his recent Milky Way shoot, Jim went to one of our favorite places on the shore, Shockley Farms Produce Stand.
From Jim Baugh:
Had a brief window of opportunity during these last nights of the Milky Way which should still be visible (Galactic Center) for the next 6 nights however it will be low on the horizon so you will want an unobstructed few. I had a lot of fun with this one. Par for the course a sketchy and lucky night, only small windows of clear sky with storms all around, lots of lighting etc. The dew was very thick, the camera rig was wet in minutes. If we get another shot this coming week will try again, if not, this is it for 2020.
Photo Info Foreground: 30 exposures light painted with GVM RGB 7s. Exposure 4 seconds ISO 200, Tokina 11-16mm. Milky Way was tracked 5 min exposure f2.8 single ISO 200, SL2/200D
Thanks to Shockley Farms for giving me permission to film there.