How to shoot northern lights?

Photography of the northern lights and night photography in general is not easy. It needs some skills, equipment and a lot of patience!

First of all, what equipment do you need:

1. Tripod

2. Camera with manual settings option

3. Lens with an aperture* of 2.8 (or less)

4. Headlamp – preferably with the possibility of using red light, which will not contaminate the photos of other photographers in the area

5. Spare batteries for the camera – shooting in the cold often drains them quickly. Keep them close to your body (inner pocket for instance).

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