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How to photograph the Parseids?
So I'm going out tonight at around 3am to shoot the parseids. I was thinking of using ISO 1600, 30 second exposures and a 3.5 aperture (That's my widest). Then just using an intervalometer to get as many shots as I can. Then compiling them all in photoshop to get a cool looking shot, maybe time lapsing as well.. Would these settings be good? I'm not sure if I should go with a shorter exposure or anything, suggestions will be appreciated! I have a 60d by the way, so anything above iso 1600 will be pretty noisy. Gavinrudy I know you have answers for this.
(Yes, I posted this in M&A, I just want some more responses since I want to get this right)
Hello future me,
I had no expectations for you. So anything you have done is a plus for both of us. Good job!
For me, fuck style. i'm just trying not to land upside down.
My Visual Concoctions
The only suggestion I would give is get far far away from city lights. You will still be able to see them with lights around you, but your camera may not be able to.
use a gopro it'll come out fantastic
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