Milky Way Rising
© 2016 Thousand Word Images by Dustin Abbott
This week’s lens review focus is on finishing up my coverage of the brand new Zeiss Milvus Distagon 18mm f/2.8. A definite area of strength for the lens is in the astrophotography department. I shot this one a few nights ago. One thing you don’t think about (or at least I didn’t before becoming a night photographer) is that the position of the galaxy shifts with the passing of the seasons. Autumn is the best time where I live to get the Milky Way lined up with one of my favorite (local) astrophotography shooting sites. You can see my first look video on this lens here http://bit.ly/2cofpZh | or visit the image gallery from the lens here: http://bit.ly/2csoGhc
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