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There are many different types of night photography. One of the types of night photography that I enjoy is capturing star trails. The challenge is trying to get the proper exposure. It is easy to either really over expose or under expose our photos. The reason being that lighting can vary based upon moon phase, light pollution, or intentional light painting of certain subjects. Where to begin? We need to determine the exposure that is going to work with whatever foreground element that we want to use. In the case of this example photo, I wanted to use Split Rock Lighthouse: I was looking to have some light on the lighthouse without having the sky too bright. There are several factors

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