Photographing the Aurora Borealis

Photographing the Aurora Borealis

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Award-winning photographer and accomplished instructor Andy Long provides a comprehensive guide to photographing the Aurora Borealis. It, readers will learn everything they need to know about photographing this phenomenona€”along with some very special techniques designed to help kick their image-making up to the next level. Long covers all the details from simply understanding the aurora and figuring out when and where to shoot, to picking the right gear to maximize your success, to processing your digital files after the shoot too maximize your results. Youa€™ll learn how to capture the moon, star trails, and Milky Way in your images of the auroraa€”and even how to produce dazzling time-lapse images. Also covered are practical matters, like coping with long, cold, night-time shoots (and the equipment problems that can accompany them) and optimizing camera settings to reduce noise, maximize detail, and enhance/downplay lens distortion.... an Alaska brown bears workshop, I saw some EQUIPMENT As I am a Canon shooter, most of the images were shot with a Canon 5D Mark III or a 1Ds Mark II with multiple lenses. All of the instruction, however, is relevant for any DSLR.

Title:Photographing the Aurora Borealis
Publisher:Amherst Media, Inc - 2017-03-20

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