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Showing posts with label how to shoot stars at night. Show all posts
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8/13/2015

Star Photography Tips - Shooting Photos of the Stars

Three top pros share their tips and techniques for epic star photos

The night sky has inspired artists for millennia, and it is no less a muse for photographers today. What’s more, digital technology, including lower-noise sensors and the ability to enhance and combine images during postproduction, makes shooting stars more accessible than ever—and requires no special equipment. Here’s how three stellar masters get their shots.

Matt walker has what might seem to be an ideal occupation for a photography enthusiast: he’s a horticulturalist who manages estate gardens in the San Francisco Bay area.

“Photography and gardening go really well together,” he says. “My job requires that I know the weather every day, and I became pretty good at understanding the weather early in my career. I love shooting landscapes with clouds, and being outdoors keeps me in tune with the conditions. I’m usually the first person to call out to my photographer friends about the approaching clouds.”

See more at - http://www.popphoto.com/how-to/2014/02/photography-tips-shooting-photos-stars

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