Randy Halverson’s film ‘Tempest Milky Way’ is one of the most breathtaking star time-lapse films you’ll ever see. Shot over three months, Randy’s film captures the gorgeous Milky Way through some incredible storms.
One of the challenges in making this video, was trying to get good storm with stars shots. The opportunity doesn’t come along very often, the storm has to be moving the right speed and the lightning can overexpose the long exposures.
Randy shot his film using a Canon 5d MkII using 30 second shutter speeds and an ISO of 1600-3200. Check out his vimeo page for some more details, pictures of the setup and a few things to look out for.
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