Picture Critique - Milky Way

Hi, I'm new to the group and would love some feedback on this picture that I took at Fort Griffin State Park. The picture was taken with a Nikon d750 and a Samyang 14mm.
30 sec exposure, ISO 3200, f2.8

Milkyway over Log Cabin

One of my first semi-successful images capturing the milkyway (well, a small part of it anyway). Not really comparable to many of the great milkyway images on here but it's not easy to find truly dark skies in the UK. However, I wass reasonably pleased with this night, although I did have trouble with the processing of the image and limited to...

A cosmic marble

Hi there! I've been a regular follower of Fstoppers for quite some time already, but only recently opened a profile. My name is Juan Carlos, and I'm an astronomer at Paranal Observatory, located in the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile.

I'd like to share with you an image that I took in my last observing shift several days ago. It shows...

Quintessential Joshua Tree at night.

I sometimes pull all-nighters in the desert shooting Milky Way landscape images, and here is one from a session last month.

Fuji X-T2
Sky = 15 images track/stack with Rokinon 21mm
Ground = single image with Fuji 10-24.
All post done in Photoshop.

Back Yard

I had a photo challenge from my local photography club with the theme of "Back Yard." Since my back yard was not all that interesting I decided to take it up a notch.

Would love your critique!

Please offer any advice/criticism to make my photos better. I took this last night using my Sony a7R3 with a 1200mm lens. Adding two x2 teleconverters, I was able to get to 4800mm to produce this image.

Let me know what you think!

Milkyway Photos

Hello everybody. I'm new here to fstoppers. I was looking to get some feedback on these milkyway shots. These shots were the first time I tried stacking several photos to help reduce noise. I had a hard time aligning the photos. I actually had to try it manually (photoshop never seems to work for me the way it does for people in youtube...

Lightroom / Photoshop processing help

This is a photo I took in Nebraska last summer on a ranch, I have tried post processing but was just messing around with Lightroom, looking for how I could improve on it
I am not a lightroom / PS expert by any means, just wanting to make the milky way pop

Milky Way with a 16-35 F4 lens

I was backpacking in the mountains and I was out taking a bunch of shots at 16mm, but I preferred a tighter composition. I zoomed in to 28mm, and I took 16 different pictures one after another with the idea that I would be able to star stack. The Sequator star stack got rid of a considerable amount of noise in the sky. I uploaded a full...

Astro landscape selfie in Joshua Tree

I think this is my first post at F-Stoppers. Great information on the YouTube stuff they put out, so I figured I'd start sharing here too.

I took a drive to JTNP this past Friday night for some astro landscape images. Here is a selfie I created.

Lagoon, Dark Horse and Rho Ophiuchi

Had originally planned to get 30 x 60s ~ 30 minutes on this but I could see a storm was rolling in off the Gulf of Mexico so was only able to get 8 minutes. In hindsight, I wish I would have stopped the nifty fifty down to f/5.6 as there is still quite a bit of distortion even at f/4. Definitely could use a better lens.

Equipment: NEQ6-...

Hunting the stars

I finally got good weather for the weekend to shoot some Milky Way in my favourite forest, Puszcza Niepołomicka.
It's still not that far from the city lights, so light pollution is visible, but the sky is full of stars.
My only "meh" would be using too high ISO for this shot, but it was supposed to be only a test.

This spinning chaos is under control.

This photo was taken in 2014.
I sat in the snow at -4 degrees for an hour to take this star trail while the animals in the woods kept a watchful eye on my activity.
I ended up walking inside the deserted house to lit the rooms with a flashlight.
When I got home, I was surprised by the northern lights on the horizon.

Aurora and Milky Way

I took this photo last October in Tasmania. It was a bit of an adventure, since it involved booking a short-notice flight for just the chance of catching the aurora. Totally worth it.

13-shot panorama. Taken with my Sony A7ii and Samyang 14mm.
15 sec | f/2.8 | ISO 6400

First astro photo of the 2018 season.

Took my Nodal Ninja panoramic head out to my favourite bay on Lake Tarawera, Rotorua, New Zealand and shot this multi-row panorama.

Full size: 13,864 x 9,064 pixels in size

15 shots
10 (2 rows x5) for stars – 10s ƒ/2 ISO-8000
5 for foreground – 120s ƒ/1.8 ISO-400

Road to the Stars

Canon 77D with 18-55mm kit - 20sec, F/4.0, ISO3200, 18mm

Picture I took a couple of months back at Onaero Bay, Taranaki, NZ.
This is just 1 shot so no photoshop tomfoolery, although I'm trying to figure out image stacking now days.

Always trying to improve though so any feedback on what could of been done differently/better...

Milky way with cheap gear

Hello to the Fstoppers Astrophotography Community,

I just posted an image of the milky way which I shot using a, nowadays cheap, Sony NEX-6 and a very old Rikenon 50mm F1.4 lense. I took 24 single exposures and stitched them in post. Lense aberration and noise are obvious but I'm still happy with the result.
I did not find too...