By - Smiphyr_
Milkyway Core as seen from my backyard.
This image was taken yesterday with my Android phone and a camera tripod.
Took it using "PRO" mode, 10 second exposure time with 3200 ISO.
Bortle 4-5 skies.
Note: This is my first long-exposure photo of the Milkyway Core. Tips are appreciated!
I use snap seed to process my long exposures. When using pro mode make sure you set it to save the raw photos as well. I have a Samsung s10.
Some from my back yard. They're a little shakey as my phone was proped up on a rock.
I love the long exposure. Insane that you can see this from your backyard!
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