I've never done this before nor have I ever really read anything about how to do this, but here is my first shot. It's not particularly interesting as there's nothing in the foreground or anything, but just the amount of stars was cool, I thought.
This is out in the country in southern Idaho. I should really look into some more tips I suppose, as the full sized image is fairly blurry. Still, it's pretty amazing just how many stars are hidden in a particular patch of sky.
Do any of you have any similar shots? Please share!
Like a lot of people, I'm a hobbyist. My girlfriend has a side photography business where she does portrait photography. I've been a backup shooter for her a few times just for fun.
Anyway, I'm looking to finally upgrade my Canon Rebel XSi and was wondering if it's worth the extra money to go with a Full-Frame model like the Canon EOS 6D? Is Full frame the way to go, if you can?
I figured I'd put this up here for resident photogs.
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