If you always wanted your very own selfie in front of the Milky Way – its actually not that hard to do!
Here’s what you need:
- DSLR camera with good high ISO performance.
- Fast, sharp wide angle lens.
- Remote shutter release.
- A wide open really dark location.
- Lightroom or Photoshop for post-processing.
Continue reading and I’ll tell you how I took these Milky Way selfies step by step.
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