My first Milky Way Galaxy photo for this year was captured back in March, as the Milky Way season was slowly starting, where I had the honor to work with Cokin in order to create some night sky images for their new light pollution filter called CLEARSKY.

The filter is of highest quality, with Double side multi AR Coating & AF Coating (waterproof, anti-oil and anti-scratch) and is made with High resolution phosphate laser neodymium glass.

CLEARSKY filter is blocking a specific wavelength part of the spectrum, from 570nm to 590nm where most of sodium and mercury vapor lamps of our cities are emitting, and besides astrophotography, both for wide angle nightscapes and deep sky astro, it also can be used in urbanscapes with strong amounts of light pollution.