How-to Photo Tips on Shooting From Space – Video

Commander Chris Hadfield on the International Space Station – Sky Video

Chris Hadfield giving how-to digital photo tips on shooting from the International Space Station.

He is using a 400mm Nikkor lens. Settings: Manual Mode with Sunny 16 Rule (f16), ISO 200, shooting Raw using the .NEF format.

Yes, the f16 Rule or Sunny Rule applies even from space orbit. So, while he doesn’t say on the video, the expected shutter speed in this situation should be 1/200 sec.

On water viewed from space: “It glows like a silver worm, like a vein of ore.”

The Key To Taking Photos From Space

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