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Astro Photography Tips for Beginners Part 1 with Astro Photographs.

Astrophotography tips for beginner photographers part 1 in Hindi (हिन्दी).


* Astro Photography Tips for Beginners Part 2 with Astro Photographs.


My Gears:
Camera: Sony A7R3
Sony A73
Sony A73 with 28-70mm

Lens: Carl Zeiss 16-35mm f4
Sony 16-35mm f2.8
Sony 50mm f1.8
Viltrox 85mm f1.8 Autofocus

Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree 2in1 Twist Lock
Manfrotto Pixi
Bexin Mini Tripod

L-Bracket Plate For:-
Sony A7R3:
Sony A73:

Camera Strap:
Peak Design SL-BK-3:
Peak Design Clip v3 (Black):
Peak Design Clip v3 (Silver):

Camera Bag:
Vanguard Altra Rise 49:
Vanguard Vesta Aspire 41 NV:

Mavic 2 Pro:


* Coming Soon.
Subscribe My Channel For more upcoming Drone Videos from Spiti, hyperlapses, reviews, timelapses and videos.

Watch My Other Videos:

* SPITI – Timelapse Journey – 3 Months in Himalaya’s

* Honor 6x Review as a Photographer after using 6 months in Hindi

* Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 Lens Review with Photographs

* 4K Timelapse Tutorial Part 1 – How To Shoot 4K Timelapse Video With Mobile Phone – App Review.

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Thank You So Much 🙂
Nimit Nigam


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This Post Has 15 Comments

  1. Pranjal Mangal

    Sir can you please suggest me a good intervalometer for canon700d 😁

  2. Kumar Manglam

    Astro photography me camera pe koi filter v lagana jaruri h?? Plzz reply

  3. Dinesh Bhatt

    Bht badiya Nimit Sir , I will tag you soon on my beautiful composition

  4. Kartik Deshpande

    Sir, you can use an app called PhotoPills. It is paid but very useful app which gives you Milky Way location, Sun and Moon rise and set times, start trails AR view and much more. Just wanted to comment here so that this could be useful for everyone else.

  5. Ashok Wakhare

    Konsi telescope better hain astrophotogrphy ke liye 😀😀😀

  6. Bejoy M Shrestha

    First of all, thank you for such an informative content for us beginners. Really appreciate it. I had two questions for you, a) Is Canon 200d with 50mm 1.8mm lens a good enough set-up for beginner astrophotography? b) Also, how do you reach your location in places like Spiti, do you trek there or you go there just in the night? Hope to hear a response. Cheers!

  7. A khan

    bahut hi acchi janakari hai apke dwara nimit ji

  8. S D

    Is there any app named google sky maps on play store?

  9. Deepak Bhoi

    Android apps kan kan sa he sir sky millkway ke liye

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