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Mid-Air Milky Way Magic Whenever I'm flying I do my best to get a seat facing the Milky Way. Sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't. I recently flew and the entire time we chased sunset and it was never dark enough to capture the Milky Way. Last night however, I was flying from Singapore to Australia. I set up my tripod and started shooting. It is the first time I was able to capture a shot of the Milky Way from a plane in the Southern Hemisphere. I had already gotten some decent shots to work with so I started shooting a series of 10 second exposures to work into a stacked photo. I was treated to a magnificent sight though as I shot. I'll let the photo speak for itself. The stars could have been a little sharper as there was slightly bouncing during the shot but overall I just love the shot. Canon 5D4 Sigma 14mm f1.8 ISO6400 10 second single image
It’s basically 3 months to the day since I took this shot. 99% of people are complementary and love it. Then we have the 1% (or probably less) who think it’s faked or photoshopped or don’t understand how I could shoot 10 seconds without getting trailing stars from a plane. So here is the shot of the back of the camera. Yes it’s a single image Yes it’s not photoshopped Yes it’s really 10 seconds Yes It was on a tripod as I was in business class of an a380 Yes a380s have 2 windows so the frame in the shot is the outer window Yes you can shoot 10 second shots from a plane. The forward movement doesn’t impact star trails but turbulence and up and down movement does (I’ve had much better luck at 10 seconds with a 14mm than a 24mm) Yes it is a meteor not a satellite. NASA confirmed it was a bolide meteor.
Recently @jaworskyj posted a shot of the Milky Way he took on a Flight to JNB. It’s a very impressive shot and I like how he shot in between the blinking of the red wing tip beacon. This was the first time I tried it in October 19, 2016 somewhere near Cape Verde. Canon 1DX2 Rokinon 24mm f1.4 Iso10000 1 second