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Photographing The Night Sky With A Kit Lens and Crop Sensor DSLR

4/21/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Photographing The Night Sky With A Kit Lens and Crop Sensor DSLR

Photographer Mike Ver Sprill is going to show you how he creates a milky wave photo using a crop sensor camera like a Nikon D7200 and at 18 to 55 millimeter kit lens.

Mike often gets asked this common question: Can I take a picture of the Milky Way using my consumer DSLR camera and a kit lens?  And the answer is YES, however, the results might not be as impressive as you would like but least. There are some techniques you can use that will help you create a cleaner and sharper image.

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About Mike Ver Sprill:

Mike Ver Sprill is an artist and photographer who live’s his life to the beat of his own drum. He takes the initiative to venture out on his own even if it means waking up in the back of his car, hours away from home, just to capture a photograph. Those are the moments when he realizes his passion has become an obsession. Let's Get Connected: | Twitter | Facebook

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