Improving your astrophotography: Composition, focus and other important camera settings

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The good landscape shooting doesn&#39;t have to end when the sun goes down. Photographers <a href="" >Andrew Marr</a> and <a href="" >Richard Lefroy</a> recently had a successful sunset shoot and decided to double down and go for an astrophotography shoot later, after the moon had set.

There are numerous challenges when shooting at night, not the least of which are getting your image well-composed and dialing in correct focus. To help with both these issues, you can dial your ISO up very high and shoot short exposures to help evaluate different compositions and...
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