f/4, ISO-800, 77 sec, 18mm
This time I did not sleep right through the meteor showers.
There was no moon to be seen, It was a perfect night for loosing a little sleep for some meteor showers.
I got out there at about midnight and realized I had no idea what settings would be good for this. So I just winged it, I left the ISO at 800, aperture at f/4 from how it was set for earlier in the evening and put it on bulb and waited a while to see what would happen.
f/4, ISO-800, 87 sec, 18mm
After yawning a few times and the wind whipping at my jacket I released the cable release and hoped I hadn't stepped on the tripod leg. I usually worry about that after I’ve already done it.
f/4, ISO-800, 69 sec, 18mm
If it hadn’t been so cold I might have tried an even longer exposure for visible star trails.
Maybe Next time.
I have to go thaw my fingers.