Chris joins Leo to talk about how to get pictures of the Milky Way. Here are photos for today's segment:
Summer is a great time to engage in night sky photography because it's not as cold. But you'll need a tripod because the better night sky photos are timed photos. You use the 600 rule. Divide 600 by your focal length and you get the proper exposure time. But under 20 seconds is a good rule of thumb.