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Northern Lights?

Posted by k8orlando (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 23, 12 at 13:34

Hi all! I haven't been to this forum in quite some time but knew just where to come with my question. (I used to post as Solstice98.)

I'm very excited to be taking a trip next February to Fairbanks Alaska, hopefully to catch a couple good nights of aurora watching. The photography I've seen this year has been spectacular but I don't know much about taking photos in the cold, in the dark, etc. I've read a bit about it, but can anyone here offer advice about capturing some nice northern lights images?

Kate


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RE: Northern Lights?

Wish I could have the opportunity to photograph the Aurora Borealis-it seems I have seen some great pics lately. This blog has more info & other useful information.

Here is a link that might be useful: Blog about photographing Northern Lights


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RE: Northern Lights?

Thanks! I'll check that out!


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