If you have long dreamed of photographing the northern lights, or have made attempts that you wish were more successful, then this eBook is a must for you. How to Photograph the Northern Lights is a very well illustrated, comprehensive 330-page tutorial that will give the necessary information to make your aurora photography venture a success. Two long-time Alaskans and specialists in their fields have teamed up to create this resource.
Two Alaska specialists, photographer Patrick J Endres and scientist Neal Brown, have teamed up to produce this thorough and resourceful book. If learning how to photograph the northern lights is on your bucket list, then this wonderfully illustrated eBook is a must. It is a comprehensive and thorough guide that will equip you with the information necessary to capture your own photos of the aurora borealis.
3rd Edition: V3.6 Updated 9/19/2016
330 pages | 150+ photos | 150+ illustrations | English
The chapters contain a blend of technical and creative information that both the beginner and professional photographer will find invaluable. The text is augmented with 150+ of Patrick’s luminous aurora photos, thoughtful quotes, and 150+ illustrations, graphs, and figures to instruct you in the do’s and don’ts of nighttime aurora borealis photography.
where to go
what month and season is best
what time of night is best
how to dress appropriately for the cold
working with camera gear in the cold
what camera and lens to use
how to read aurora forecasts
composition and depth of field
how to properly expose
moon and moonlight considerations
tips for working in the dark
and much more.
What’s New in the 3rd Edition
Hot link Table of Contents navigation for iPad version
33 new pages of content
Major revisions to camera and lenses section
Updated graphics and new photos
Expanded “working in the dark” section
Added more aurora resource links
Updated aurora apps
Minor updates to other chapters
Added section on using filters to assist with live view focus.
Major charts and diagrams quick reference appendix.
“This book is more than outstanding. What an awesome job Patrick did. He covered everything thoroughly. His rhetoric and understanding are only surpassed by his incredible images. Thank you so much for willingly sharing your vast knowledge of this magical phenomenon. This is by far the best aurora book and one of the best photography books I have read.”
Jackie Orsulak, Duck, North Carolina