How to Chase and Shoot the Aurora — NANPA | North American Nature Photography Association

Aurora borealis over Turnagain Arm in Chugach National Forest, Alaska, in mid-March. From the Editor: Award-winning landscape and nature photographer Carl Johnson has been living in Alaska for almost 20 years and is an expert on shooting auroras. On Friday, August 17th, at 2 PM EDT, he will present a NANPA Webinar, “Chasing & Photographing…

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Scientists know that there is a breach in the earth’s magnetic field during that time that allows more energy to come through and create active aurora borealis displays.  I read this quote in the article and thought how cool is that! So, I had to read more.

I have yet to experience an aurora. I did see the total eclipse last year, so an aurora is a natural phenomenon definitely I want to see.

The is a good article about auroras, to predict the best sites to see them, and how to photograph them.

 

 

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