Top night sky events of 2018 for shooters to put on their calendars, plus our favorite night sky gear.
Capturing the center of our galaxy with long exposures is magical but also more within reach than ever before with modern cameras. We’ll explore how well that magic is captured using very high ISOs. We’ll compare the Canon 5D Mark IV with the Nikon D850 and Sony a7R III.
Lens compression. You’ve probably heard that phrase used before, along with “flattening” of an image with a telephoto lens. So what is it and why would you want to use it? Let’s demonstrate the benefits using the moon.
Today’s digital cameras now allow us to record night sky scenes that escape our naked eyes. Here are some valuable tips to know before you head out to photograph your first star time-lapse, including what to set your interval at, when to use manual modes, and how to combat flicker.
Standing under crisp, dark skies as the magical aurora colors the heavens and lights up the landscape all around you is something everyone should experience. However, aurorae are tricky to photograph, so here is some good info on how to successfully capture them.
When the lights go down in the city, magic happens! How do you harness the incredible low-light capabilities of today’s DSLR cameras to create stunning urban nightscapes? With a solid combination of technical knowledge, gear, planning, and imagination, you can create incredible images in any city. Here’re some tips to get you started.
Discover the best places, time of year, and smartphone tools you’ll need for great Milky Way nightscapes and other night sky photography subjects.
Night photography has special benefits. You can keep shooting throughout the winter or keep up with your hobby without having to give up daytime work or other chores. Night photography also has its own special challenges. If you’re feeling a little in the dark about where to start, here are the most essential gear tips and settings to start the evening off right.
Thanks to modern camera gear, the time has never been better for capturing night sky images, or “astrophotography”. It takes a little more than just pointing your lens upward, however. There are a few tricks to creating an unforgettable night under the stars. Here is what you need to know to get started.
Fast-disappearing are the days of having to have a separate interval timer to create time-lapses. Many cameras now have built-in intervalometers. The following is a guide to setting up the time-lapse function for most cameras.