A friend has been kind enough to lend me a DSLR for a few months. It's my first foray into DSLR photography, or indeed any kind of photography beyond simply aiming my Canon IXUS at something and ...
What sort of adjustments should be applied to bring out the colors in this photograph of the aurora?
I recently had the opportunity to photograph the Aurora Borealis and while a limited number of my photographs where quite striking with almost no adjustments, a lot of them look like the following: ...
I've tried my first night photography of the stars last week. Most articles I've seen were recommending a fast lens, fully opened, @ ISO 800 and about 20 - 30s exposure, etc. Unfortunately, my only ...
I'm planning to go to Alaska to see Aurora Borealis and I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35. Is it possible to get decent pictures of Auroras using this camera? Here are the specs of this camera: ...
What post processing should be done to my photographs of the aurora borealis to improve colours and impact?
I have included links to 2 RAW images ( I've also put the JPEG images up) that I took in Iceland last month where I was very fortunate to see the northern lights on two different nights. The ...
It's generally hard to take clear pictures of auroras because they are fairly dim and move around. To get enough light for a good picture, you need a long exposure. But then your picture will be ...
Is my gear and some application capable enough to photograph the Aurora Borealis? My gear: iPhone4S olloclip 3-in-1 lens (macro, wide-angle and fisheye lens) LightTrac Apps Instagram Apps I ...
Is the 28mm lens sufficiently wide enough on the 40D to capture reasonable aurora borealis photographs? Given the 1.6 crop factor it seems like it might not be (which would probably mean that I look ...
Trying to shoot northern lights, able to see images in my view finder eye piece, dark on live view and the pics turned out totally black. I used ISO 800-1000, 8 sec, F3.5 manual mode.