One of the astrophotography settings that can be confusing to photographers is noise reduction. Should you turn noise reduction on or off? Find out here!
If you’re into night sky photography in any way then it’s only a matter of time before you run across somebody talking about the “500 Rule” – sometimes referred to as the “rule of 500.” It’s a classic photographic rule of thumb that most experienced photographers will commit to memory for when they are out shooting at night and want to capture one of those beautiful images of the Milky Way that tend to blow audiences
Learning how to photograph star trails is a fulfilling experience if you have the patience. Here is your ultimate guide to star trail photography
I don’t recall ever meeting anyone who claimed to not be fascinated to some degree by the night sky. There’s just something hypnotic about gazing upon objects that are billions of years old and light years away, yet so many people feel a rather close affinity with these distant bodies. While the physical gulf between […]
Learning how to photograph the moon has long been one of the greatest joys of a photographer’s journey in learning. For centuries the moon has captivated people, given direction and provided hours of enjoyment and wonderment. Being the brightest object in the night sky, it’s something photographers of all levels can shoot, however, it does […]
As photographers, we have probably all taken photos during the golden hour, that time of beautiful light just after sunrise and just before sunset. There’s a pretty good chance we have taken some great shots during the blue hour. But what about night, who takes shots in the true dead of night? Well, I do […]