The Best Time of Year to Photograph the Milky Way
The Milky Way is great, and photographing the Milky Way is even better!
So, let's go through an example to figure out the best time of year to photograph the Milky Way.
You've bought all the gear you need to shoot the Milky Way. You've even watched all of the tutorials (hopefully mine) on how to shoot the Milky Way.
Then you find the perfect night to go shoot! You're stoked!
It's so dark outside and the sky is clear.
There's just one problem. You don't see the Milky Way.
That's because you have to plan out your Milky Way shoots for the best time of year to photograph the Milky Way.
Depending on where you live, there are different times of the year that the Milky Way can be seen.
In this tutorial, I'll show you the best time of year to photograph the Milky Way so you can shoot epic photos of the Milky Way galaxy!
THE GEAR I USE:
THE ONLY DRONE YOU'LL EVER NEED
MY DO-IT-ALL CAMERA
THE LENS I USE FOR ALL THE ZOOMS
MY FAVORITE LENS EVER
MY TRUSTY TRIPOD SIDEKICK
MY OVERNIGHT CAMERA BAG
THE DAY PACK I USE
THE MIC I USE FOR CRISPY AUDIO
MY COMPUTER (NOT A MAC)
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