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  1. Sure... I thought they were blocky looking http://www.flickr.com/photos/angrywabbit/ Maybe i processed them blocky, i was falling asleep whilst doing it lol.
  2. I'm not sure if this is big enough or the quality is there as i had to download from flickr to my phone. Please let me know if this is ok. Thankyou
  3. Thankyou for your replies. Sadly there was alot of whispy cloud around, but it didn't stop me going. I managed to get some pictures of the milky way but with a fair bit of cloud. It is certainly dark enough to capture the milky way there Regarding the 600 rule... At 18mm the stars still trail after just 13 seconds, so most of my exposures were shot at 10 seconds f2.8, iso was upto 10000 when pointing at the darker areas of the sky. I was rather tired when i got home so only processed a couple of shots. Will figure out how to post the images as i'm currently at work using my mobile.
  4. Hello. I shall be visiting Durlston near Swanage in the south of the UK. I have done a some research but i'm still a little confused! I would really love to get some pictures of the milky way. Will this be possible? Is it dark enough there? I will be using a Canon 6D + Samyang 14mm f2.8 I dont have any experience using star charts, apps etc... so it's all a bit over my head! I have Google Sky Map on my phone, and i believe the Milky Way will be visible from there...? Please correct me if i'm wrong about anything, and share any advice. Thank you!
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