Aliens Captured in Photography by Pamela Goodyer World Renowned Photographer

Aliens Captured in Photography by  World Renowned Photographer Pamela Goodyer

For the first time in the history of the planet earth, we have captured aliens in photography. Unlike the federal government, there will be no cover-up. Check out what the government and the deep state do not want you to see.  We have clearly captured aliens in our images.

Pamela Goodyer world-renowned, internationaly acclaimed award-winning photographer has aliens that travel with her around the world whilst she does her photography. She is the creator of Alien Photography and shows images of her newfound friends. Take a look at these dynamic, jaw-dropping images she has taken. The aliens have shown up in her photography for several years now. Pam is the original creator of “Alien Photography.” If you ask her, she will tell you that the aliens specifically picked her to be the first person in the world to have aliens show up in her photography.

Pam also believes although they have not spoken words to her they are attempting to learn our language and use a red light to try to communicate. If you look at one image, you will clearly see the aliens have drawn a heart. Pam believes one alien, the leader, may be in love with her; hence why they follow her so often.

Pam is known world wild for her extreme creativity. As the director of photography for a motion picture and a docu-series she tries to keep her aliens quite; for fear of those in the industry thinking she has lost her mind and lose credibility.

Pam was once going to marry Mark. Now there is a colossal battle between the Aliens and Mark raging with intense jealousy. Pam has not yet committed to any relationship at this point. (Many of her critics believe there is only one thing she will be committed to and it is not a relationship) Today, In a “Top Secret” document Mark has disclosed that he is actually responsible for the aliens showing up in the images. Mark only known as Mark D. IV says he tricks people while Pam creates the images. He does agree that there is absolutely no post photographic manipulation in the picture (no photoshop), but he is responsible for this trick photography.

UPDATE!! Stay tuned for the updates! It turns out Mark D. III has also come forward saying he will battle the aliens!!

How to Shoot Milky Way and Night Sky Photography

Manual Mode – Set your camera to manual mode so you can control the Aperture and the shutter speed.

ISO – Start with ISO 3200.  This is just a standard starting point and you will adjust from here. Remember the higher the ISO the more digital noise you will have.


The depth of field isn’t very important on these shots but letting the light in the camera is, therefore you shoot wide open. (The lowest aperture your camera will allow).

Shutter Speed

Now that you have the ISO and Aperture set in Manual Mode, roll your shutter speed until your meter reads (0) zero. Take a test shot and adjust from there.

Remember the earth is rotating. If you leave the shutter open for too long you will see star trails which will not make for a crisp image. You can do star trails specifically but that’s not what we are going for here since we are starting out with Milky Way photography. We want crisp non-star trail images when doing this. Here is the formula to avoid star trails. The 500 rule – Divide 500 by the focal length of your lens. So, if you have a 24mm lens on a full-frame camera, you will set your shutter speed to 20 sec. (500/24 = 20.83). If you are using a crop sensor camera first do the math of the crop sensor to find the focal length. Cannon is 1.6, Nikon is 1.5. Convert to full frame focal length then use the formula. Nikon 18mm x 1.5= 27mm – 500/27 = 18.51 seconds.

White Balance

Shoot your night photography raw so you can easily edit your images and have more information to work with than if you shot JPEG.  When in live view mode you can change your white balance settings and see which looks best for you on each shot.  You can shoot in shade or cloud as a standard setting and adjust things later.  Add in color in your milky way to match the subject whilst editing in the image later if you would like to also.

Those are all of the basic starting points for doing your Milky Way shots.  You will want to find some interesting foreground to make your shot dynamic. Doing plain old Milky Way shots will not win you any awards.


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The Milky Way is the galaxy that contains our Solar System. The descriptive “milky” is derived from the appearance from Earth of the galaxy – a band of light seen in the night sky formed from stars that cannot be individually distinguished by the naked eye. The term Milky Way is a translation of the Latin via lactea, from the Greek γαλαξίας κύκλος (galaxías kýklos, “milky circle”).From Earth, the Milky Way appears as a band because its disk-shaped structure is viewed from within. Galileo Galilei first resolved the band of light into individual stars with his telescope in 1610. Until the early 1920s, most astronomers thought that the Milky Way contained all the stars in the Universe.[28] Following the 1920 Great Debate between the astronomers Harlow Shapley and Heber Curtis,[29] observations by Edwin Hubble showed that the Milky Way is just one of many galaxies.

Light Painting

The next step is to learn to light up the subjects under the milky way by painting them with light. This is where being an artist comes into play. The basics idea is to light up just what it is that you want to appear in the image with a good flashlight. Experimentation sometimes will lead to pretty interesting images. Remember if something is moving in your image and the light hits it, it will blur. If it is a stationary object it will not blur. Light Painting 101 is coming soon!

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Shooting night sky photography is actually very simple. It may appear to be complicated at first glance but if you read our section on Dark Sky Photography you can see how it is not as overwhelming as you would think.

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