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Beginners Tips for Night Sky and Star Photography

Trick, Photography Book - Beginners Tips for Night Sky and Star Photography - Now YOU Can Create Mind-Blowing Artistic Images With Top Secret Photography Tutorials With Step-By-Step Instructions!

Great nighttime shots—the ones with crystal-clear stars and the Milky Way practically jumping off the screen—are always a big hit on Instagram.

It's Not Just Point & Shoot. Master Nighttime Photography.

Self-portrait of the photographer, Travis Burke, shooting the Milky Way under Utah’s Delicate Arch, with a little creative lighting from a flashlight. Camera settings: F/2.8, 50 sec., ISO 1600. Photo by Travis Burke

How to take landscape photos at night

Self-portrait of the photographer, Travis Burke, shooting the Milky Way under Utah’s Delicate Arch, with a little creative lighting from a flashlight. Camera settings: 50 sec., ISO Photo by Travis Burke

Last post, we talked about basic gear. This post, we'll talk about camera settings. But first, lets talk about star movement.Star MovementStars move across the sky. This isn't actually true, as this movement is caused by the earth's rotation, but we'll ignore that for now. For our purposes, the…

Night Photography Beginner Basics: Camera Settings

Last post, we talked about basic gear. This post, we'll talk about camera settings. But first, lets talk about star movement.Star MovementStars move across the

Star trail time lapse photos. Set up your camera in a safe and sturdy place and take pics every couple of minutes. Make a composite in Photoshop of Lightroom and you will have your very own star trails! Hope to take some like this once I have a tripod.

Some fascinating images. Whirl of Stars - Amazing sky images from Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison. In Harrison& photos, the rotation of the Earth makes the stars appear as if they& traveling across the sky.

How to Avoid Star Trails by Following the ‘500 Rule’  500 Divided By the Focal Length of Your Lens = The Longest Exposure (in Seconds) Before Stars Start to “Trail”

How to Avoid Star Trails by Following the '500 Rule'

How to Shoot the Night Sky (Introduction to Astrophotography)

How to Shoot the Night Sky (Introduction to Astrophotography)

Brent Purcell is a talented photographer, who was born in Palmerston North and currenlty based in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand. Specialising in long exposure landscape photography, Brent’s aim is…

Long Exposure Landscapes of New Zealand

color inspiration/possible artwork Brent Purcell is a talented photographer, who was born in Palmerston North and currenlty based in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand. Specialising in long exposure landscape photography, Brent’s aim is…

Night Photography Beginner Basics! We explain which camera settings to use and how to get crisp stars.

Night Photography Beginner Basics: Camera Settings