Question. I will be in colorado the first week of October and plan on doing lots and lots of shooting during the day and night. I was looking at stellarium just now and on the days I plan to be there, the moon will be out during the hours of the milky way. I have seen many shots where the moon's "light" will give the effect of daylight with the stars exposed. So my question is, would I exposure pretty much like normal for milky way shots or does something need to change?
Just some extra info on what I plan on using: a77 with the Tokina 11-16 2.8
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