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  Astrophotographer: Astronomy: Astrophotographer - KEEPING RECORDS
Posted on Monday, November 29 @ 01:57:41 CST by astronomy
 
 
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KEEPING RECORDS

The best tip for improving your astrophotos is to keep records of the exposure data, sky conditions, and equipment used for every shot.

This will help you learn which exposures and methods work best. Always shoot a range ot exposures—a technique called bracketing. A shorter or longer exposure will often produce a better result than an estimated "best" exposure.

 
 
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