You need really dark skies to photograph the Milky Way. Recently I’ve been so preoccupied with improving my Milky Way photography that I’ve dismissed taking photos on clear nights if the moon is out. Turns out I was missing what these beautiful, clear, moonlit nights had to show me.
May 28, 2016 / Astrophotography
February 1, 2016 / Astrophotography
Astrophotography is much more appealing if you include an interesting foreground element. There’s an abandoned schoolhouse just 15 miles east of Columbus that sits under a surprisingly dark sky. On a clear moonless night I went to see if I could create a star trails photo there.
May 25, 2015 / Astrophotography
After over a year of trying, I finally got a clear, moonless night while visiting Arizona and captured a shot of the Milky Way rising over the Catalina mountain foothills. Read MoreCatalina Milky Way