Amateur astronomer and astrophotographer Ali Hasan submitted a few amazing shot’s of the Orion Constellation and the Moon. Ali, a college Sophomore and ufologist located in Boston, Massachusetts, demonstrates the level of work that can be accomplished with just a DSLR camera and steady tripod. No telescope needed!
Here are Ali’s photos:
Canon Rebel EOS T5 settings used for capturing the images:
- Camera settings in manual mode
- Aperture: f/3.5
- Shutter speed: 2″5 (1/100 and high contrast for the Moon)
- ISO: 1600
- Image effect: on auto
- White balance: Daylight
- Auto image correction: high
- Self-timer: 10 seconds
- Image quality: RAW
- Single frames
Visit Ali’s website Night Photography to view for more information and gallery of astro-images.
Many thanks to Ali for his submission to AstroPhotography Tonight!