Focusing in photography is a vital aspect of getting sharp images, as it’s impossible to sharpen an out of focus image. However, how do you focus to infinity for night sky photography when everything is completely pitch black? This article will explain the easiest way to focus any lens for night photography during the middle of the day, giving you a bulletproof procedure for your night sky images.
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