Photographer Jim Baugh is at it again, this time with beautiful images of “Mimosa Barn” and “Corn Shed” both at the same location on the Eastern Shore. Mimosa Barn, which is a beautiful event center. Both images were commissioned works and will be seen on our blog, however not for sale.
From Jim: The night was a wonderful July evening for filming and the weather was perfect. I filmed at three locations last night until around two am, had a great time under the stars. New moon is I think Friday, so all this week is good for Milky Way stargazing as long as skies are clear.
Photo info below:“Mimosa Even Center” 60 foreground RAW exposures, f 2.8 filmed at 11mm iso ranging from 100 to 400 with shutter ranging from 4 sec to 8 sec. Light, GVM RGB 7s and a spot. Monfrotto tripod, Vello intervalometer, lens muff with 3 heat packs, all exposures controlled through wifi.Milky Way: Ioptron sky tracker, 7-minute exposure, f 2.8, 11mm, iso 200, lens muff with 3 heat packs. trigger was the intervalometer, 5 sec delay with a 2 second drive off the camera.“Corn Shed” 24 foreground exposures ISO ranging from 100 to 400 and shutter ranging 4 to 8 seconds. F2.8, 11mm. Light, GVM RGB 7s. Moon was filmed with around 40 exposures. The Astro was a composite with the foreground stacked in Photoshop. The moon exposures were filmed on a separate night and were not tracked but fired off individually.Camera / Cannon 200d/SL2. Images script/stacked in photoshop and some processing on the Milky Way was done in Lightroom Classic.