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Posted 03/29/19
In this installment of our night photography series, Gabe Biderman, from National Parks at Night, teaches us how to capture star trails effectively. Good technique is critical to photographing star trails, as is having a stable tripod and the proper settings, so be sure to listen to Biderman’s excellent tips. Read more about night photography here. For more on everything photography, make sure to stop by BandH.com.
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Posted 03/14/19
In this video, photographer Gabriel Biderman shares his picks for best cameras for night photography. Biderman stresses that most new cameras have specs that make them capable of taking high-quality photos, so much of your decision will come down to application and personal preference. From the Canon EOS R, with its large viewfinder, to the Nikon Z6, with its low-light, top-panel OLED, you will find a wealth of information on several brands and models that are sure to take your nighttime photography to new lumen levels. Read more about night photography here. Take advantage of all our educational videos, on BandH.com.
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Posted 02/05/19
Learn how to take incredible photos of the Milky Way, with Matthew Saville of SLR Lounge. Saville is a nightscape photographer and has a great deal of experience creating stunning images. He shares tips that will help during planning, shooting, and editing to make sure you can produce the best images possible. If you’re eager to learn more, explore some of our other videos, at BandH.com. They’re just a couple of clicks away.
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Posted 07/17/18
In this Optic 2018 seminar about night-sky photography, Ben Grunow explains the various methods of capturing visually dynamic night sky photographs, and how to push the limits of your cameras low-light imaging capabilities. Topics covered include image stacking, high ISOs, long exposures, layering, star trails, auroras, avoiding iconic, i.e., locations over-photographed by everybody and their uncle, and supplemental lighting. Tips for locating the best dark skies in relation to where you live are also discussed. For more information and Optic 2018 coverage, click here.
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