Collier’s Guide to Night Photography

The night sky may be the most awe-inspiring spectacle that any of us will ever see. It can, however, be incredibly difficult to capture stunning landscapes in the darkness. Professional photographer and author Grant Collier sheds light on how to capture these otherworldly images by sharing his secrets in his 160 page in-depth tutorial eBook. This deal has now ended, sorry about that, stay tuned to see what’s next!

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Night Photography in the Great Outdoors

Some of the Topics Covered (160 pages):

  • Equipment and Supplies
  • Apps for Night Photographers
  • Planning Your Shot
  • Tides
  • Scouting Locations
  • Composition
  • Camera Settings
  • Natural Light
  • Milky Way
  • Northern Lights
  • Eclipses
  • Meteors
  • Lightning
  • Moon Phases
  • Light Painting
  • Star Trails
  • Stitching Large Images
  • Stacking Images and Blending Multiple Exposures
  • Focus Stacking
  • Using an Equatorial Mount or Star Tracker
  • Enlarging Star Size to Bring Out Constellations
  • Minimizing Noise and Light Pollution
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Photoshop

Samples Pages:

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Sample Pages from Collier’s Guide to Night Photography

Throughout this guide, Collier explains how to take photos of the Milky Way, northern lights, meteors, eclipses, lightning, and much more. He begins by reviewing equipment and supplies that are helpful when photographing at night. He then discusses many software programs, web sites, and mobile apps to help you plan your shots. Finally, he offers extensive advice on how to capture and process images at night. He goes beyond the basics and teaches how to blend multiple exposures and create huge stitched images to capture incredibly detailed photos that you never before thought possible.

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  1. I need to do more night photography! It’s blending of multiple exposures that I would like to practice with so as to get some really stunning low light shots!

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