In this FREE downloadable guide you’ll discover the best exposure settings, which equipment you need and more to effectively capture breathtaking night sky images.
Sky darkness and light pollution are going to be the two most essential factors which determine how bright your starlight will be.
If strong light pollution exists starlight brightness can appear 50% less bright. When the moon is at it’s brightest phase starlight can appear up to 50% less bright as well.
CHAPTER 1: SETTINGS
In Chapter 1 you’ll discover the best exposure settings for shooting night sky. I’ll show you which settings you’ll need to capture frozen stars.
CHAPTER 2: WHEN TO CAPTURE NIGHT SKY
Over 50% of capturing a beautiful Night Sky image comes down to location and timing. In Chapter 2 you’ll discover when and where to shoot.
CHAPTER 3: EQUIPMENT
In Chapter 3 you’ll discover the essential equipment necessary for getting the best results. I’ll go over the essential setup, as well as considerations for the optimal setup. I’ll also discuss camera bodies, lenses, and if the Pro’s outweigh the Con’s for Super Wide Angle lenses.
CHAPTER 4: RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PROFESSIONAL NIGHT SKY PHOTOGRAPHERS
In Chapter 4 you’ll hear directly from professional Night Sky photographers who work day in and day out shooting. They share with you their perspective on Night Sky and what equipment they use. At the end of this guide you’ll be able to easily capture well exposed Night Sky images, and create wonderful other-dimensional images yourself.