Taking tack sharp photos requires the mastery of these skills:
Sebastian’s father William, a painter himself, trained him well
Study the sun’s position in the sky and learn where to place your lens to capture perfect circular shadows; spot the angle and build the right light for most any shooting situation
“Light, lens, shutter speed and ISO are as important to shooting sky photos as ISO and aperture,” he said. “It’s the difference between a blurred image and the sharpest photos you’ll ever get.”
He recommends shooting in RAW or JPG as the final output. He’s heard you can shoot in RAW if you’re willing to spend more time processing photos.
The bottom line:
“The sky is amazing,” Sebastian said. “There is a time and place to shoot photos of the sky. Like many landscape subjects, there is a fast and efficient way to take stunning images of the sky.”