Milkyway Timelapse with Moon Set
I generally took Milkyway Timelapse with F2.8, 30sec, 3200ISO as its widely used.
I'll go for a trip where I want to take a 4Hr Timelapse of Milkyway where the Moon will be in the sky (with approximate 50% Illumination) when Timelapse shoot stat and after 2Hr Moon will set.
So I am expecting for the total shot within first half with foreground bright (with Moon Light) and rest will be foreground dark (as Moon will set).
In this case is a fixed exposure (Example F2.8, 30sec, 3200ISO) can be used? Or any kind of Bulk Ramp is needed?
FYI, my gear is 6D and Samyang 14mm F2.8.
Thanks in advance.
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