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    • Newbies
      Welcome to Dark Photography! Please join the discussion and ask any of your getting started questions here. Any questions about specific Dark Photography tips, techniques or hacks will most likely have their own thread. If they currently don't then we have a way of fixing that.
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    • Aperture Selection
      Using a suitable aperture will allow you to control the amount of light passing through the lens and achieve some very different results. The aperture selection forum is where you can ask questions about how to get the photos you want, and share your knowledge about the tips and tricks you have learnt about aperture selection and the resulting effects.
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    • Choosing the right tripod
      Using a tripod will allow you to dramatically reduce the amount of blur you can encounter when taking delayed exposures. Tripod and camera mount selection need to be considered so you can get those creative images with things such as light trails, streaks, flares all the way from the ground to the night sky without the unwanted fuzziness that movement from physically holding the camera can bring. The tripod selection forum is where you can ask questions about choosing the right tripod and camera mount for your budget to get the photos you want, and share your knowledge about the tips and tricks you have learnt.
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    • Delayed Exposures
      Using a delayed exposure will allow you to capture more creative images with things such as light trails, streaks, flares all the way from the ground to the night sky. The delayed exposures forum is where you can ask questions about how to get the photos you want, and share your knowledge about the tips and tricks you have learnt about effective techniques with delayed exposures.
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    • Sensor Noise
      Sensor noise can cause distortion and general messiness on your photographs making them look gritty and unclear. The sensor noise forum is where you can ask questions about how to get the photos you want, and share your knowledge about the tips and tricks you have learnt about how to reduce, control or eliminate sensor noise.
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