Okay, so I love nice timelapses of the night sky. But how do we shoot that with film cameras and get proper exposures? I understand with still cameras you take a long exposer to get the stars to be vibrant, but how do you capture this with a film camera? is there a way to keep each frame exposed for longer? Would you need an intervalometer? or is there any other way of accomplishing those nice images you see in Baraka?
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