Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
We were in Churchill for almost a week in mid-November. It was clear enough to see the Northern Lights on only one night. I understand it gets clearer in February, but then there are no polar bears. This picture was taken with the aperture all the way open for thirty seconds at ISO 800. The 500 Ruleexplained says that stars start to elongate with a shutter speed longer than 13 seconds when using a 25 mm lens (with a crop-sensor camera), but you can buy a little more time when you point north (instead of east or west), as we have here. We were concerned that a higher ISO might introduce too much noise.
Photographic details: Canon EOS 20D camera w/ EF 16-35 f/2.8 L USM lens set at 25mm. Camera was on f/2.8 for 30 sec at ISO 800.
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