Photographer's Note

Find the place. Typically you will be shooting in nice sceneries away from the city lights that cover the most of the star light (if not all!)

Use a sturdy tripod. Night sky photography requires long exposures.

Focus the camera on a distant light, or the Moon and then lock the focus indicator to ‘Manual focus’. If there is no Moon or distant lights you could try to focus on a bright star. This may be tricky. If your camera has a live view, use it. It really helps.

Adjust the camera settings. One word here. MANUAL! Set everything manually.

Use a cable shutter/self timer of cam.

SHOOT IN RAW FORMAT! This will give you great flexibility at post processing.

Enjoy shooting!

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