Photographing Northern Lights
Also known as aurora borealis photography – it doesn’t have to be difficult. However, you have to know your camera quite well, and you have to have had some practice with taking night photographs. If you can master those things, then all you need are a few extra pointers to get that perfect northern lights photograph.
Photographing Northern Lights in Norway
We can see the northern lights all over Norway. The chances of seeing the Northern Lights in southern Norway are quite small. Most people who want to experience northern lights in Norway travel to northern Norway.
Northern Lights Tromso
Northern Norway is among the best places in the world to see the northern lights. Tromsø is located in the middle of the northern lights oval, which is the area most likely to experience the northern lights. We recommend that you sign up for an organized northern lights tour, walking around by yourself is not a good idea as the guides know where to go. City lights may destroy your experience so it is best to go out of the city lights.
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Northern Lights When to See It
The Northern Lights are a autumn and winter phenomenon, referring to the Norwegian autumn and winter.
Throughout the period September 21th (autumn equinox) until March 21st, it is dark after 6 pm. So the best time is after this. On clear nights, the chance of seeing the northern lights is about the same throughout this period.
How to Photographing Northern Lights Video 2
Northern Lights is a nature phenomena and it is impossible to know where and when you can see this nature phenomena. No one can guarantee that you will see it. Based on history some organizations make predictions based on history and forecasts, but there is no guarantee, ever.
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