SHOOTING STARS EBOOK

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Shooting Stars eBook - Shooting Stars will show you how to shoot the moon and the stars with just your digital SLR and a tripod. Shooting Stars, written by David Malin Astrophotography Award winner Phil Hart, will show you how to shoot your own stunning images of the moon and the. "Shooting Stars" eBook Review. If you are looking for a solid foundation on how to photograph the night sky, Phil Hart's "Shooting Stars" eBook.


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The only other piece of equipment you need to get started tonight is a tripod. In addition to simple advice about the camera settings to use for each style of night sky photography, Shooting Stars provides detailed discussion of the finer points of imaging in low light conditions. It begins by discussing your camera and lenses and how to use them to turn the faint light of the night sky into stunning images.

Most importantly, it describes three techniques for how to get accurate focus at night when your autofocus fails you. At least one of these techniques is guaranteed to work with whatever camera and lens you are using. This section also describes additional equipment and accessories that will enable you to do more with your camera at night and help make the experience more enjoyable.

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This final part covers interesting events, features and phenomena that you can see at night and how to apply night sky photography techniques to capture them. Reviews of Shooting Stars Your book is awesome!!

I just bought it this week and read through it. It is responsible for me capturing a photo of the International Space Station tonight.

This was the best money I've ever spent with almost immediate results. Amy, San Franscisco Am truly impressed by the content - illustrations,settings and photographs.

You should be really proud of one of the most informative books that I have ever read on night sky photography.

Mike Webb, U. Amazingly informative and beautifully illustrated!

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Attila K, ExposureGuide. This book is worth five times the price! Daphne Gonzalvez Lots of great content, and you really got me fired up to try some night sky photography.

The book looks like it must have been a ton of work and I really appreciate it. Well worth the money. Bill Young, Oregon I've been a long-time fan of Phil's work, and I thought I was reasonably confident in shooting night sky scenes, but this book has taught me some things that I'll be trying on my next night out!

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Shooting Stars will show you how to shoot the moon and the stars with just your digital SLR and a tripod. The only other piece of equipment you need to get started tonight is a tripod.

In addition to simple advice about the camera settings to use for each style of night sky photography, Shooting Stars provides detailed discussion of the finer points of imaging in low light conditions. Part 2, Night Sky Photography, is the heart of the book.

It begins by discussing your camera and lenses and how to use them to turn the faint light of the night sky into stunning images. Most importantly, it describes three techniques for how to get accurate focus at night when your autofocus fails you.As for the inspiration, I suggest you follow my Night Photography Favorites on px!

Although I highly recommend both books, I think photographers wanting to do my style of astro-landscape night photography will find a greater depth of information in Kingham's book.

These sections provide photographers with an excellent foundation. I guarantee your DSLR is included or your money back, but you can also view the full list of included models here. The section on color and saturation is also particularly interesting explaining how light pollution, moonlight and "airglow" can affect the appearance of your images. Having established the fundamentals, Part 2 of Shooting Stars then describes the camera settings required for the different styles of Night Sky Photography: Then it talks about some of the particulars behind different types of night time landscapes, such as high-dynamic range twilight scenes and moonlit landscapes.

Am truly impressed by the content - illustrations,settings and photographs. Here are few page examples:.

He runs very popular night sky photography workshops and has used his teaching skills to great effect in the ebook.

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