A little over a year ago, we published an article titled 5 ways to take great photos of the night sky.
The problem with this article was that the author didn’t do any of the actual shooting.
He just posted some photos from his iPhone to Flickr, which he could then share on Facebook.
He didn’t bother to post the source photos, or to include a caption or a link to the source, or even a screenshot.
The article was essentially a glorified Flickr photo gallery, where anyone could easily upload images from their phone and the resulting photos could be shared and liked by the hundreds.
Since then, we’ve been inundated with people wanting to share these images.
And in just a couple of weeks, there were over 100,000 people who’d shared the original article, with over 1,000 comments.
I’ve since published a post on my personal blog, sharing photos from my own iPhone that I took from my bedroom.
But in the meantime, we decided to revisit the article and look at some other ways to capture great night sky photos, even from a smartphone.
So here’s how to take a great shot of the Milky Way.
Start with the sun.
It’s important to note that most people don’t actually look at the sun when they take a picture of the sky.
They use their smartphones to take pictures of the stars.
But that doesn’t mean that your smartphone shouldn’t be used for this purpose.
For example, if you want to take your smartphone photos of a large group of stars, then you might want to consider purchasing a large, zoomable smartphone.
That way, you can take a series of photos that cover a larger area of sky, while also allowing you to zoom in on a specific part of the scene to see what you see.
For this example, I’ll use the iPhone 5s and the Canon Rebel T5i.
For the Canon, this means that I’ll be using the app Lightroom 5, which allows you to select a preset and then snap the photo.
For reference, here are the settings for the Lightroom app for the iPhone.
If you’re not familiar with Lightroom, it’s an image editing program that you can use to create a photo of a scene or image.
In the image above, I’ve selected the photo that I’m going to use as my “source” photo, and I’ve set the camera aperture to f/8.
If I take a second look at Lightroom’s settings, I should see that my “image” has been cropped from about 4 feet in diameter to about 2 feet wide.
That’s because Lightroom is very sensitive to the shape of the image, and the more the more distorted the image looks, the better the result will be.
The app also has a filter that I can apply to my photo to make it appear like it’s more distorted.
In this case, I’m using the “Bokeh” filter that the app has, which means that the distortion of the photo will be reduced in certain parts of the shot.
To use the app, simply click the menu icon on the bottom right of the screen and then select “Camera.”
Lightroom has three modes for taking images: Portrait, Nightscape, and Field of View.
Portrait mode is the default for taking pictures of your subject, and is usually the most popular mode.
In Portrait Mode, the camera can capture a large portion of the subject’s field of view.
The result will generally look like a photo with an overall field of the view being larger than the subject.
Nightscape mode allows you capture a small portion of a subject’s view and then crop that portion of view to a point you want.
This is a very common mode for capturing large subject shots.
Field of view allows you take a wide angle shot and then zoom in to take in a much smaller area of the picture.
Field Of View is especially useful when shooting stars.
It allows you see the entire image in your viewfinder, which is a great way to capture a variety of different objects, such as galaxies, nebulae, or nebula.
While this is not a very commonly used mode, it can still be very useful when capturing night sky objects such as the Orion Nebula or Orion Nebula Messier object.
Finally, you may want to use Field of Shot to capture some of the background, or sometimes stars, that are usually invisible to the naked eye.
In Field of Shoot, the device automatically takes a photo from the sensor and uses a software algorithm to transform it into an image that is closer to what you’re seeing.
This means that when the subject is in the foreground, it will look brighter than the background.
For some of these situations, the best way to take this photo is to take it at night.
The best time to do this is around sunset, when the sky is darkest and the Milkyway is more prominent.
But of course, this is only the tip of