Category: Astrophotography

What is the 500 rule in astrophotography?

September 4, 2021, 05:17, asked: Nature photographer

What is the 500 Rule? The 500 rule is used to measure the maximum exposure time you can shoot before the stars become blurry or before star trails appear. Setting the shutter speed for longer than allowed by this rule will result in images that do not have sharp stars....

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Is Lightroom or Photoshop better for astrophotography?

September 3, 2021, 21:34, asked: Alaink Parent

I have tested most raw developing software available on the market today and I came to the conclusion that, for astrophotography, there's no better alternative than Adobe Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw. Practically, they are identical. If you want to do some more in-depth tweaking, Adobe Photoshop is also useful....

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What is the best mm for astrophotography?

September 3, 2021, 09:09, asked: Bill Johnstone

Best Lenses for Astrophotography

  • Rokinon 14mm F 2.8 Ultra Wide Lens.
  • Samyang SY14M-C 14mm F2. 8 Ultra Wide Lens.
  • Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 Lens.
  • Tamron 15-30mm F 2.8 A012N SP Lens.
  • Sigma 35mm F 1.4 Lens.
  • High Power Manual Telephoto Lens.
  • Canon EF-M – Weitwinkelobjektiv.
  • Canon EF-M.
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Can you do astrophotography with a 50mm lens?

September 3, 2021, 06:57, asked: 3~}~5™🇩🇿

These 2 lenses are tremendous choices for astrophotography because they are capable of letting in a lot of starlight in a single exposure. The 50mm is a useful focal length for framing up a particular constellation like Orion, above. ... It's a zoom lens, but the star quality is commendable at both 24mm and 105mm....

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What aperture is best for astrophotography?

September 3, 2021, 02:38, asked: Moda

f/2.8 Ideally, your aperture would be f/2.8 or wider, although lenses with a maximum aperture of f/4 can work in a pinch. Unfortunately, using your lens's widest aperture comes with a couple issues. Most of all is that your image quality won't be quite as good, especially in the corners of the photo....

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What do I need for astrophotography?

September 2, 2021, 23:47, asked: mehr ayeen sanat🇮🇷🗺🌐

Gear guide for astrophotography Equipment-wise, all you need is a modern DSLR camera with good low light capabilities, a fast lens, and a good sturdy tripod. This will get you out there, taking good quality night sky images....

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How do I use astrophotography on my phone?

September 2, 2021, 22:14, asked: Marian Frew

While it's very tempting to zoom in on those seemingly small stars, once you view the picture on a screen larger than your phone's, you likely won't be happy with the result....

  1. Get out of the city. ...
  2. Use a tripod. ...
  3. Get the right app. ...
  4. Avoid flash and HDR. ...
  5. Steer clear of digital zoom.
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How many MM is a astrophotography?

September 2, 2021, 21:55, asked: Nate Svensen

What Focal Length? For simple non-tracked landscape astrophotography and nightscape images, you will generally want a wide angle lens. I usually suggest something 24mm or shorter on an APS-C camera or 35mm or shorter on a Full Frame Camera. Finally, about 16mm and shorter on a 4/3 camera will do best....

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How do I shoot astrophotography on my iPhone?

September 2, 2021, 21:36, asked: มูลไส้เดือน Noppawat Garden

How to do it

  1. Attach your smartphone and telephoto lens to your tripod.
  2. Point it at what you are shooting at.
  3. Attach your remote release (i.e. your headphones) or put the camera in timer mode.
  4. Open the app you are using to compose the picture and selecting the mode you want to use. ...
  5. Focus on your target and take the pictures.
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What kind of camera do I need for astrophotography?

September 2, 2021, 19:23, asked: SUBLIME SEASCAPES

The first thing you need is the best camera for astrophotography – that is, a DSLR or mirrorless camera that enables you to open the shutter for at least 30 seconds. You'll also need a tripod, RAW format photos to spruce-up in Photoshop, and last but not least great timing....

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