How to take Aurora Photographs with only a Flashlight

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Sometimes you go out to photograph the Aurora Borealis in Yellowknife and they just don’t show up. So you make your own aurora.

1. Practise circles. Start small.

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2. Go bigger. Make bigger circles.

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3. Focus really hard on the light.

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4. Turn yourself into light. Be one with the light.

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5. Think of winter. Maybe a snowman will help.

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6. Get Marcus to make a horse.

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7. Envision the great outdoors, and maybe a wolf.

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8. Pretend you are driving to the ultimate Aurora spot, in Yellowknife of course.

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9. Have Marcus set more of a scene with animals.

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10. Maybe a bigger animal.

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11. Okay we got it. Here it is THE AURORA!

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12. To be clear for people, spell it out. Make sure to spell it correctly.

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Done you have just created your very own aurora and photographed it at the same time.

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  • carole

    ah ah love it! you guys are really gifted when it comes to drawing with a flashlight, not so easy to do!