We’ve just published a video with 11 of my favorite photography tricks and time savers, so check it out below if you’re interested! I wanted to make a list of practical and lesser known tricks that I rely upon all the time, and hopefully this does the job.
Here’s the video:
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The next video I’m working on is about photographing the comet NEOWISE, but by the time it’s released, you’ll probably only have a couple days before the comet is gone. If you haven’t seen NEOWISE already, it’s absolutely amazing and brilliant for photography. I highly recommend checking it out if it’s possible to see it where you live!
Here’s a 53-image stack I took of the comet, with 3 seconds per exposure for a combined time of 159 seconds. The detail that’s possible from image stacking is simply incredible; here, you can even see the bluish-green color at the center of the comet (very bottom), plus the split tail. I blended this image using the techniques described in this article:
Thanks for watching, stay safe, and let me know below if you have any questions!