How to photograph star trails and the Milky Way – tips for equipment needed, camera settings, and set up so that you can go try this yourself.
There is a special occurrence happening next week starting late on the evening (or night) on April 14th or early in the morning on the 15th (depending on your location. It is a lunar eclipse! This is where the earth comes in between the sun and the moon casting our shadow on the moon temporarily…
A guest article by Jesse Summers on astral night photography. Tips for finding a good spot, minimal gear you need to do the job and how to set up your camera to get the best exposures. Follow his tips and you can do some great night photography!
Tips for stunning night photography images from photographer Jesse Summers from “Into the Night”. In this short 30 minute interview, Jesse shares way to find locations with no noise pollution, how to find the Milky Way, the formula for exposure times that insure clear crisp photos plus a whole lot more.
Learn how to do some really fun night photography special effects using sparklers, glow sticks, and flashlights. See how to make orbs (balls of light), and how to spin fire (steel wool). Darlene breaks it down in easy steps, and camera settings included so you can try these yourself.