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Magpie Mine August 18

Magpie Mine is a disused lead mine on moorland above Bakewell. The Milky Way was barely visible to the naked eye on account of a surprinsing amount of sodium and LED LP. Canon 6D with a Samyang 14mm lens at F2.8 and ISO 400. Stacked in Sequator and processed in PS and Lightroom

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Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

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I'm assuming you lit the interior with a white lamp ? If so it's worked out very well and in this situation is far better than external light painting.

Spooky  :)

Dave.

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