As most of you know, Frank is my Canon camera. William and I took him to our lake, not far from home. We wanted to see what Frank saw when he looked at the stars. The results were incredible. I only wish I could have fixed them better, but to see stars through his lens was something I will be doing a lot more 🙂
I turned my f-stop down to the lowest number to bring in more light and then I set my camera to the “bulb” setting which allowed me to have it open as long as I wanted. Unfortunately it was a cooooolllld night and I wasn’t willing to stand in the cold air too long. The first three shots the lens was open for 1 minute and 30 seconds. It was a good amount of time before the stars got too blurry and I got some of the light from where towns were and where the sun had set earlier.
I wish these first two didn’t have as much grain, but I’m still learning how to clean them up better 🙂
This one I messed with a bit, just ended up liking the look of it better. The exposure was also only open for 1 minute and 30 seconds.
This one is by far my favorite! I left the exposure open for 10 minutes and I was so happy with it 😀