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How I got the photo: Spooky Spahn Ranch Zodiac Car
You are looking at a night photo of what is rumored to be the infamous Corvair Driven by Bruce Davis....
Photographing safely during COVID-19: A night photographer’s perspective
A lot of my photographer friends have been stuck at home, not getting out as much to practice their photography....
The trick to getting great phone photos at night with Lightroom Mobile
Don't have your camera handy when you're out at night? Fear not — the Lightroom app for smartphones can give...
Do a seven-day challenge to quickly boost your creativity
Feel like you’re stuck in a rut with your photography? A quick photography challenge could be just what you need...
Stacking images for brilliant Milky Way photos
You might hear the term "stacking" in photography. One can stack for focusing, perspective or star trails. This, however, is...
Mobile Mondays: My favorite apps for night (or day) photography
What are some of the best apps for night photography (or really, other types of photography)? Let's have a quick...
Don’t be like me: How not to smash your lens and knees
Think of this as a public service announcement. Today, I'm going to discuss how to avoid smashing your equipment, day...
How does Aurora HDR do with a starry night sky?
I had just sat down to begin processing an image of a starry sky and a faint Milky Way. I...
Night photographer Ron Pinkerton: Made in the Mojave, part two
This is the second of a two-part interview with California-based night photographer Ron Pinkerton. Click here to read part one....
Night photographer Ron Pinkerton: Made in the Mojave, part one
Ron Pinkerton is a gifted night photographer who incorporates his love of the desert and its rich history in his...
Lens choices for night photography
What lens is good for night photography? It turns out there's quite a few. And not all of them are...
Under a bayou moon with night photographer Mike Cooper, part two
This is the second of a two-part interview with Texas-based night photographer Mike Cooper. We cover the more technical aspects...

Stacking images for brilliant Milky Way photos

You might hear the term “stacking” in photography. One can stack for focusing, perspective or star trails. This, however, is stacking for starry night skies, including the Milky Way. The idea here is to take several photos — one right

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Lens choices for night photography

What lens is good for night photography? It turns out there’s quite a few. And not all of them are crazy expensive. Please note that I am not discussing astrophotography, deep space photography of celestial objects or photos involving an

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Stacking images for brilliant Milky Way photos

You might hear the term “stacking” in photography. One can stack for focusing, perspective or star trails. This, however, is stacking for starry night skies, including the Milky Way. The idea here is to take several photos — one right

Read More

Lens choices for night photography

What lens is good for night photography? It turns out there’s quite a few. And not all of them are crazy expensive. Please note that I am not discussing astrophotography, deep space photography of celestial objects or photos involving an

Read More

Photographing the Perseid meteor shower

The Perseids are often the most spectacular meteor shower in the Northern Hemisphere due to frequency as well as its appearance in August. There are typically about 100 visible meteors per hour on average, although this obviously depends on your

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