Milky Way Viewing Calendar

Milky Way Calendar 2022 – Best Milky Way viewing planner

2022 MILKY WAY CALENDARS + Bonus: the Ultimate Guide to Photographing the Milky Way USA (Southwest) USA (East Coast) USA (PNW) USA (Midwest) USA (South) UK Canada Northern Europe Central Europe Southern Europe Australia New Zealand Patagonia Southeast Asia Central America & Caribbean Equator Indonesia Mexico Canary Islands India 2022 MILKY WAY CALENDARS + Bonus: … Continue reading Milky Way Calendar 2022 – Best Milky Way viewing planner ...

Star Trails Photography – Full Guide + Step by Step Tutorial

  A good starting point for star trails photography is ISO 800-1600; f/2.8, or the widest aperture on your lens; a shutter speed between 30 seconds and 1 minute; and a total of between 100 and 500 shots, depending on how long you want your trails to be. These are the absolute basics. However, to successfully … Continue reading Star Trails Photography – Full Guide + Step by Step Tutorial ...
Star tracker photography guide

Astrophotography with a Star Tracker – How to get started

Using a star tracker for astrophotography is the best way to shoot the night sky in all its glory. I’ve been doing Milky Way photography for many years, but it wasn’t until I started doing tracked astrophotography that I could finally capture the clean, colorful, and detailed images that I had been looking for a … Continue reading Astrophotography with a Star Tracker – How to get started ...

How to photograph the Milky Way + 2023 Viewing Chart!

A good starting point to photographing the Milky Way is: aperture f/2.8 or the widest in your lens, ISO 3200-6400, and a shutter speed between 10-25 seconds depending on your focal length to capture sharp stars. The longer the focal length, the faster your shutter speed should be. However, photographing the Milky Way is more … Continue reading How to photograph the Milky Way + 2023 Viewing Chart! ...