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We make the coolest app to help you plan your creative shots. Imagine it. Plan it. Shoot it. Love it!
We make the coolest app to help you plan your creative shots. Imagine it. Plan it. Shoot it. Love it!

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It’s time to officially announce the 2018 PhotoPills Camp! :P
Join us, the creators of PhotoPills app, along with Michael Shainblum, +Elia Locardi, Naomi Locardi, +Joshua Cripps, +Eric Paré, Kim Henry, +Ian Norman (Lonely Speck), Diana Southern, +Mark Gee, +Harold Davis, +Johan Lolos (Lebackpacker), +Albert Dros, José Benito Ruiz, +Mario Rubio and +Francesco Gola in a 7-DAY EPIC PHOTO IMMERSION in the paradise island of Menorca (Spain), a nature sanctuary! Who is in?
https://www.photopills.com/camp
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Wish to photograph the LEGENDARY August 21st 2017 total solar eclipse? Now you can plan it with the new PhotoPills Eclipse Tool so… Update PhotoPills Now! :P
→ Click below to check our 116-page eclipse guide and learn all you need to turn your eclipse photo ideas into real photos. From planning the eclipse with the new PhotoPills Eclipse tool to the gear and camera settings you need.
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Good news! For all of you who can't wait for the final release of PhotoPills for Android, we've just published a Public Beta version. This beta is 100% finished, but we have to perform exhaustive tests and fix the bugs that could arise. We really hope to release the official app release in around 2 weeks :)

If you detect a bug, pelase, send us an email to info@photopills.com and we'll fix it as soon as possible 👌

The countdown started... PhotoPills for Android si finally coming!

Note: This is a paid beta version, but it will be updated automatically to the final version when we release it.

Germán
The Developer
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New Tutorial! Now that the Milky Way season has ended, it's time for Star Trails... In this guide, you'll get:
Hundreds of star trail photography tips, inspiring examples, inspiring photographers, key compositional ingredients and fast planning tools, equipment, camera settings, focusing, advanced editing workflows and more... ;)
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Everything about Depth of Field (DoF) and Hyperfocal Distance in one single place! From the basics to the advanced, no matter the question you have, you get the answer. Period!
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Milky Way season is coming! Who else wants a Master Class on how to plan the Milky Way? ;) Please, Feel Free To Share!

#milkyway   #astrophotography  
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The year 2016 will begin with a great chance to see the peak of the annual Quadrantids meteor shower on Jan 3 and 4. We've put together all the information about the meteor showers for 2016 in one easy-to-use guide. Find out when, where and how to shoot them :)
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New article! You’re about to gain the power to decide how much depth of field you want and where you want it, so you can reach the highest level of self expression through photography. Or like the Masters say, your photos will begin to have a great depth of feeling. Enjoy! :)
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The Big Show of The Geminids Meteor Shower 2015 - TIME LAPSE VIDEO!

The Geminids, What else?!

On Monday, December 14th, around 10pm local time, clouds disappeared from above our heads, leaving us face to face with one of the most active meteor showers we remember.

We spent the following 5 hours shooting and enjoying the show you'll see in the timelapse video. What an epic time!

The timelapse is the result of playing 647 still images at 24fps taken by Antoni Cladera.

Exif data: Nikon D4s | 14mm | f2.8 | 30s | 5000 ISO

After the timelapse, you'll see:
1- The explosion of a meteor in the sky. This is pretty impressive smile emoticon
2- All meteors in one image. The image is the result of stacking 120 photos. To create this stunning effect, every photo has been rotated around Polaris to keep the radiant point of the meteor shower in the same place. This proves that all meteors appear to converge from one single point in the sky: the radiant.
3- The Star trails image that results of stacking 647 photos.

If you're interested in learning how to shoot a meteor shower and create similar effects, take a look at the following article:
http://www.photopills.com/blog/get-ready-shoot-last-great-meteor-shower-2015-geminids

Please, Feel free to share! :)
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