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Don’t Photograph The Eclipse And Just Let It Blow Your Mind
Few things have grabbed column inches and blog space like the upcoming solar eclipse. It’s everywhere and on the lips…
Sigma 20mm f/1.4 Art Review | A Wide Lens In A League Of Its Own
We are seeing “trophy” lenses from Sigma, as they’ve broken the “f/2.8 barrier” for zooms twice now, and this 20mm 1.4 Art, could be another notch in the belt.
Using LRGB Processing & Image Stacking To Render Gorgeous Night Sky Images
You probably have all the gear you need to take ‘stellar’ night sky images, but learn how to process them to really make them brilliant.
How To Shoot A Glowing Tent Under The Milky Way | Video
We have all seen that image, the one with the tent glowing under that star-filled sky. It’s really not a complicated process, but if you haven’t done it before you may be wondering how it is accomplished. Here’s a video that explains how it’s done.
How To Process Your Milky Way Photos For Maximum Effect
Kenneth Brandon is an avid night sky shooter, who runs a great channel on YouTube, and today, I wanted to share this amazing tutorial he did on how to process images of the Milky Way.
Blood Moon Tonight! Here Are 5 Tips For Better Moon Photography
Shooting the moon is simple, but can be challenging for those new to it. Here are 5 tips for getting better images of the moon, or in the case of tonight, the Blood Moon.
How to find the best locations in your area for shooting the night sky
Shooting at night can be a challenge if you live in a populated area. Light pollution can, and does, prevent you form getting the most out of your exposures and can ruin a shot. When I first started thinking about shooting the stars I thought I had to physically drive around and look for good spots. Surely, I thought to myself, there must be a better way to find locations relatively close to you which would be good candidates for amazing star photography.