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I’ve photographed Hoad at night quite a few times now, I tend to use the 24-70mm and take either the 100mm or 135mm depending on where I’m going to stand. I took them all this time plus a 400mm to do some comparisons. I didn’t use the 400mm on Hoad as it wouldn’t all fit, it worked ok on the moon though.Read More
I wasn’t sure where to go so I posted a couple of questions onto my Instagram story asking what people wanted to see
Sunset or Stars ?
On top of a mountain or at the beach ?
The forecast was looking promising for a sky full of stars plus there were no clouds in the sky during the day so I packed the bag ready for if everything lined up. Coniston is my usual place to go as there’s not too much light and the views are great.Read More
I didn’t get time to see the procession in town as I was finishing off some studio photos but I had the bag ready to run up Hoad to be ready for the fireworks. It seemed like lots of other people had the same idea as that’s the most people I’ve ever seen up Hoad whilst photographing stars.Read More
I always keep an eye out for a clear night with a sky full of stars. The forecast made the night look promising but the forecast changes every few hours so I tend to use a simpler method: Step 1 – Walk outside . Step 2 – Is it starry? If not, go back inside . If yes, keep on walking.Read More