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Old 26th Sep 2013, 12:03 PM   #1
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Default Techniques - Northern lights ?

I'm off to Iceland later this year and am hoping to catch a glimpse of the Northern lights. I was wondering if anyone has experience on photographing them ?

Any tips gratefully received.


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Old 26th Sep 2013, 12:11 PM   #2
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Fairly sure Meurig did.
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Way cool, always wanted to do that but not a chance yet. However, you might find this useful.

http://exploredreamdiscovertours.me/...by-david-shaw/
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Meurig has indeed shot the northern lights. You can read his comments here.

Long exposure is the trick.
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