Constellations at Everglades National Park

August 14, 2017

Star constellation called Norma, captured at the Everglades National Park during the meteor shower on Saturday, August 12th. Norma is a small constellation in the Southern Celestial Hemisphere between Scorpius and Centaurus. Four of Norma’s biggest stars are Gamma, Delta, Epsilon and Eta. This constellation was created by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille in 1756.
The Everglades National Park is one of the most beautiful places to shoot stars constellations, just 1 hour away from Miami. While shooting, you can listen to the baby alligators that come really close to you.
To shoot the constellations the best way is to do it in Manual Mode. You should open up your aperture as much as your lens allows (for example 2.8). You will also need to set your camera to a long exposure, near to 30 seconds. Finally, set your ISO to 1600 or higher.

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