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  Astrophotographer Astrophotographer: Astronomy: Astrophotographer - KEEPING RECORDS

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.

 
 
  Posted by astronomy on Monday, November 29 @ 01:57:41 CST (9 reads)
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FAST FILMS

The speed of a film—its ISO rating—indicates how quickly it reacts to light. Faster films allow shorter exposure times, but they also tend to produce grainier images.

 
 
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  Astrophotographer Astrophotographer: Astronomy: Astrophotographer - CAMERAS

CAMERAS

For casual sky shooting, almost any design of camera will do, but it must have a B (for Bulb) setting for the shutter. This setting holds the shutter open for as long as the shutter button is pressed—an essential feature because most night-sky photos require exposures of several seconds, if not minutes. To hold the button down during these long exposures, you use a locking cable release, which screws into the shutter button.

 
 
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  Astrophotographer Astrophotographer: Astronomy: Astrophotographer - BECOMING AN ASTRO PHOTOGRAPHER

BECOMING AN ASTRO PHOTOGRAPHER

Hardly anyone who has a camera and an interest in astronomy can resist taking photos of the night sky. Snapshot astrophotos will record a memorable night-sky scene just as your eye saw it.

 
 
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