If You’re lucky enough to have a clear night sky, why not try your hand at night sky photography? You dont’t need a lot of expensive equipment to get started, just a camera that allows you to set a long exposure and a tripod to keep the camera still.
Here are some tips to help you get started:
1. Find a dark location away from city lights. The darker the sky, the better the conditions for night sky photography.
2. Set up your camera on a tripod and point it towards the night sky.
3. Use a long exposure setting to capture the stars. Exposure times will vary depending on the amount of light in the sky and the ISO setting of your camera. A good starting point is to use an exposure time of 10 seconds at an ISO of 800.
4. Take a few test shots and check the results on your camera’s LCD screen. If the stars appear as blurs, try increasing the exposure time.
5. Once You’re happy with the results, start experimenting with different compositions. Try framing the stars in a tree or using a wide-angle lens to capture a sweeping view of the night sky.
With a little practice, you’ll be able to capture stunning images of the night sky.