In this article, you will learn how to do Milky Way photography. Tips for how to choose a location, when to plan to head out, minimum equipment requirements, and how to compose astrophotography scenes that will wow your friends and family.
In this article, night photography expert Jim Hamel will give you some tips on camera settings and how to get the best exposures after the sun goes down. Bonus – follow his quick processing tip to bring life to your nighttime photos!
If you like night photography or just playing with different sorts of long exposures, you’ll want to check out this video tutorial from Jason D. Page. Jason shows us how to use two different light painting techniques to create some very interesting photos using light tools. Watch the video “How to Light Paint a Flower.”
With the advancement of digital cameras, photographing the Milky Way is within reach of most photographers. In this guide, we take a look at what is required to get the best night time shots of this incredible night sky feature. There is a lot more planning involved than you might think.
Blue hour is a magical time of day when the sky is a rich deep color and your photos come alive! Here 5 tips to help you create better blue hour photos so you can wow your friends and family with your images.