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How To Shoot Truly Contagious Milky Way Pictures

What if I told you that you’re more than capable of imagining, planning and shooting Milky Way pictures that will put people into what I call a sharing trance? Would you believe it? Discover how to do it, step by step.

The Ultimate Photography Guide to Depth of Field (DoF)

All you need to know to put depth of field into practical use in one single place. This complete guide will help you learn how to use depth of field to tell stories that win hearts and minds, regardless of your level of expertise.

The Definitive Guide to Shooting Hypnotic Star Trails

Even if these are the first words you’re reading about Star Trails photography. This guide will help you imagine, plan and shoot Star Trails images nobody has taken before. Images that people can’t stop sharing and talking about. Promised!

How To Plan The Next Full Moon

The Find tool is cool for planning future moon alignments, but what if you wish to plan a shot with the next full moon? This tutorial will help you learn how to work out the shooting spot and time, step by step.

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Planner: Sun and Moon info

Manage sun and moon info: azimuth lines, rise and set times, phases. Also find out how to quickly find the main moon phases using the moon button.

Planner: the Time Bar

Discover how to manage the infinite time bar, go fast to a future date and move time smoothly.

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User guide

Looking for a little guidance on how the app works? This comprehensive User Guide goes into detail about every option available in PhotoPills.

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Calculators

Enjoy the on-line version of PhotoPills’ calculators.

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FAQS

Get quick answers, have a look at our frequently asked questions.

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Glossary

This is the place to find out what the Azimuth is or the Elevation. There are more than 100 photography-related terms listed in alphabetical order.

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