Wednesday, March 16, 2011


The brightness of the stars and the sky that should be black are indicators of how bright or faint the aurora was at any given time. All of the photos I am posting were taking in less than three hours, and in that time the dynamics of the aurora changes quite a bit. I think with the brightest aurora I was able to get down to a one second exposure, in which the sky is very black. Most of the photos had exposures between 3 and 8 seconds.

Exposure time: 4s
Aperture: f/1.8
ISO: 1000

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