How to Photograph the Night Sky Guide at 33% Off

Capturing star trails and other night sky scenes is truly one of the most technically difficult forms of photography. This popular in-depth eBook written by David Malin Astrophotography Award winner Phil Hart, will show you how to shoot your own stunning images of the moon and the stars with just your digital SLR and a tripod. We were able to arrange a 33% discount simply use the promo code picturecorrect at checkout. Found here: Shooting Stars – How to Photograph the Moon & Stars

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Shooting Stars In-depth Tutorial eBook

Designed to help you master these styles in particular:

  • Twilight landscapes
  • Night sky scenes (shorter exposures)
  • Star trails (long exposures)
  • The Moon
  • Night sky timelapse videos

In order to accomplish this, the guide is organized into four parts:

Part 1, The Sky at Night, introduces some basic astronomy concepts, to help you understand what you can expect to see at night from different places on Earth and at different times of the year.

Part 2, Night Sky Photography, is the heart of the book. It begins by discussing your camera and lenses and how to use them to turn the faint light of the night sky into stunning images. Most importantly, it describes three techniques for how to get accurate focus at night when your autofocus fails you. At least one of these techniques is guaranteed to work with whatever camera and lens you are using. This section also describes additional equipment and accessories that will enable you to do more with your camera at night and help make the experience more enjoyable.

Part 3 covers Image Processing, concentrating on the particular techniques and steps you will need to get the most out of your night sky images. Examples and screen captures are provided for Photoshop, Lightroom, ACDSee and Aperture but the instructions can easily be applied using any other image processing application.

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Example pages and tutorials from the book

Part 4, Wonders of the Night Sky, will inspire you to get outside with your camera more often. This final part covers interesting events, features and phenomena that you can see at night and how to apply night sky photography techniques to capture them. This part also features many of Phil’s stunning images and the stories behind them.

Bonus Field Guide Included:

This handy field guide provides a quick summary of the exposure settings you need for each style of night sky photography. It also describes where to find camera settings particular to this type of photography on popular DSLRs from Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax and Sony.

Phil Hart has been practicing night sky photography for nearly 20 years and currently teaches workshops in Melbourne, Australia.

How to Get All This for a Discount Today:

We were able to arrange a 33% discount, simply remember to use the promo code “picturecorrect” at checkout. (normally $14.95, today just $9.95) plus the offer also includes the bonus field guide. It also carries a 90 day guarantee, if you are not satisfied with any part of the book just let us know and we will give you a full refund so there is no risk in trying it.

Found here: Shooting Stars: How to Photograph the Moon and Stars

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2 responses to “How to Photograph the Night Sky Guide at 33% Off”


  2. Please forward this comment to the author of the e-book.

    Before I reacted to the suggestion of lenses since I found one lense sorely missing. Rokinon or Samyang 12 mm f2.0 for Fuji-X.

    But then I found that in the camera-section the X-Trans line of FujiFilm cameras is missing all together. I sincerly hope these cameras and the lense mentioned will be included in an update since I think this really is the best choice for small mirrorless and lightweight shooting and travelling.With a comming update for X-T3 with a bigger sensor even more so.

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