Have you ever dreamed about creating beautiful Milky Way pictures or any other form of astrophotography? If so, you will find this guide very helpful when getting started.
Due to the earth’s rotation, stars will record on camera as streaks of light across the night sky. This is a direct result of the long exposures that are required to capture the dimly lit heavenly bodies above us.
In this guide, we will discuss the ‘500 Rule.’ This rule is about keeping the stars sharp and focused in your astrophotography pictures.
Here is what you will learn:
- What is the 500 Rule?
- How does it help with astrophotography?
- What happens if you don’t follow the 500 Rule?
- What’s the 600 Rule?
- Why are DX cameras and lenses different?
- Why using a foreground object is helpful
- Post-processing astrophotography photos
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