How to photograph the Milky Way [infographic]

Written by RedShark News Staff

ShutterstockThe Milky Way in all its glory...

You would think that taking a picture of something 100,000 light years across would be easy. But it's not. For a start, you need a wide angle lens...

This infographic, produced by Clifton Cameras, delves into taking pictures of the Milky Way, offers some hints and tips abotu how to do it right,  and highlights the science surrounding the perfect shot. 

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