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    Default Devonshire Milky Way

    Couldn't avoid the clouds unfortunately.




    ALSO, a Time-lapse from the same evening. I hadn't colour corrected the shed so it's a little bluer than it needs to be (result of a very cool colour temperature torch combined with shooting at 3400K)

    Again, bloody clouds. This should run at 1080p

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    Default Re: Devonshire Milky Way

    that cracking mate

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    Cheers mate

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    Default Re: Devonshire Milky Way

    was that a shooting star aroud 18sec's

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    Default Re: Devonshire Milky Way

    Quote Originally Posted by rusty View Post
    was that a shooting star aroud 18sec's

    Hi,

    No, it will be an aircraft. Due to the nature of a timelapse and how it compresses time, a shooting star would have been far too fast across the frame but as a plane moves gradually across the sky, they are more visible in the timelapse.

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