This is the second part of a post on How to Photograph Stars in the Night Sky.
About the Shot
This last weekend I had the opportunity to visit Elkhorn Campground in Southern Utah for a family reunion. Elkhorn is in the middle of nowhere. No cell service. No Walmart. You’re lucky if he nearest town has a gas station. It’s really remote and a perfect location for photographing the night sky. This year I lucked out with a new moon that didn’t rise until the early morning hours. By 11:00 pm the sky was dark enough to make out the Milky Way with your naked eye. [Read more…]