How to Photograph the Northern Lights eBook

by Patrick J Endres with Science note by Neal Brown

After purchase, you will get a link to initiate the download the ebook in PDF format (approx 100MB).

Two Alaska specialists, photographer Patrick J Endres and scientist Neal Brown, have teamed up to produce this thorough and resourceful book. If learning how to photograph the northern lights is on your bucket list, then this wonderfully illustrated eBook is a must. It is a comprehensive and thorough guide that will equip you with the information necessary to capture your own photos of the aurora borealis.

3rd Edition: V3.6 Updated 9/19/2016

326 pages | 150+ photos | 150+ illustrations | English

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What Readers Say

“This book is more than outstanding. What an awesome job Patrick did. He covered everything thoroughly. His rhetoric and understanding are only surpassed by his incredible images. Thank you so much for willingly sharing your vast knowledge of this magical phenomenon. This is by far the best aurora book and one of the best photography books I have read.”

Jackie Orsulak, Duck, North Carolina

“Just bought the book in pdf form so I can reference it on my upcoming trip to Alaska using my laptop, and also bought the itunes version for my wife’s iPad. Really fantastic so far, as I’m reading every word and loving it. The science part of it is very understandable, and I like how it is separated out on the page. Patrick’s tips and advice are critical, and it was Patrick’s website six months ago that inspired our planning of this imminent trip. I just love the quotes by famous photographers at the beginning of each chapter. These really resonate with me. And Patrick’s photographs are so inspiring, as teaching examples, and for their incredible beauty! I’ll post more after I finish the book and come home from the adventure of photographing The Northern Lights!”

~ Mike Shaw

Inside the eBook