- Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens
- Induro AKB1 Tripod with Ballhead 62-Inch Max Height 12.8lb Load Capacity
- Outlite A100 900 High Lumens Ultra Bright - CREE XML T6 LED Tactical Flashlight
Pictures of the Milky Way like the one above are astounding, to say the least. A popular misconception is that getting photos like that is incredibly difficult. Though it does take some time and effort, astrophotography isn’t all that complex, so long as you understand the equipment you need and the camera settings to use.
In the video below, Nick Page takes us step-by-step through the process of photographing the Milky Way. From practical tips for selecting a location to insights regarding the best gear to compositional techniques and camera settings, Nick provides all the details you need to take spectacular photos of the Milky Way.