If you’ve ever wanted to try shooting star trails you’ll want to read this and follow along. I even give you 94 images to try processing if you haven’t shot any yourself. I’ll walk you through step-by-step how to shoot it, how to process and stack them for a final stunning image.
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…
Guest author Gabriel Biderman gives some great tips on what equipment you need, some good starting points for exposure, and what to photograph at night for some stunning images.