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.Keep reading
Whether it's a huge Moon aligned with your favorite subject or a small Moon as a dot along with a spectacular landscape... After reading this guide you'll be able to take truly legendary Moon pictures. I promise!
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!
Mastering the golden hour, the blue hour (magic hours) and the twilights will help you use natural light creatively and improve your storytelling.
This guide contains all you need to photograph the best astronomical events in 2022... From a complete calendar and numerous inspiring images, to step by step guides on how to plan them and on how to photograph them.
Learn everything you need to take amazing photos of the Moon with your favorite subject in the foreground.
Learn how to plan a photo of the next Full Moon to the last detail. Including planning the field of view (framing) and the depth of field to get your subject and the Moon tack sharp.
In this video you’ll learn how to focus at the hyperlocal distance step by step.
In this class you’ll learn how to use PhotoPills to plan your photos, so you’re always at the right place, at the right time to capture the photos you want to capture.
Looking for a little guidance on how the app works? This comprehensive User Guide goes into detail about every option available in PhotoPills.Learn more
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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.Learn more
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