I enjoyed a little cabin getaway last weekend in Hocking Hills, Ohio, and thought I would try some star shots with my E-M5 Mark II. This is my first time doing this, so I'm sure I made a lot of mistakes, but I did learn a lot too. This shot is 20x 8-seconds with the Samyang 7.5mm f/3.5, wide open at ISO 1600. I was surprised how much light pollution there still was despite being relatively remote. Kind of a cool effect though. I had a great view of the Big Dipper and Jupiter (top center-right)! Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) I used DSS to make 2 stacks, one with alignment on and one without, and then used Photoshop to blend the static subjects around the frame to avoid motion effects. Not the greatest blending job in the world but hey, I'm learning. This is my first time using DSS or doing any kind of stacking. Tips welcome!