A camera test of a night star-lapse. The night sky was taken with 1 minute exposure with 10sec interval in between each exposure. I discovered that it is wise to frame on something in the foreground static and interesting. It is also helpful to frame your shot while still enough light to see your composition. Also check your lens periodically for mist have a good camera cleaning cloth handy and give your lens a wipe during the interval.
The moon also had a dramatic effect on what you can see, notice the Milky Way become more prevalent once the moon had set. Also next time I will look south and try to find a pivot point so the movement rotates around a central point.

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