Moon and its effect on Milky Way?

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vegetaleb
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Re: Moon and its effect on Milky Way?

Grim the examples I saw, to get a successful MW photo with moonlight, you need to have zero light pollution.

The moon light by itself is a sort of light pollution so if you add it to human one, the MW will be too faint.

I got good results the other night without the moon, though now I am fighting another problem: lens deep vignetting.

I tried the white paper + white lcd screen, it took away some dark borders but added random white patches inside the photo...I will try the white paper outdoor but I think the impurities of the a4 paper itself are making the white patches

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