How to get amazing photos of the Geminids meteor shower with your iPhone

The Geminids meteor shower is peaking on December 13 and 14 with Nasa indicating it can produce as many as 120 meteors per hour over this span, so if you’ve got a clear sky and can get away from bright city lights then you can enjoy the natural wonder and even capture it with nothing more than your iPhone.

Here’s a quick guide on how to capture great images of the night sky with your iPhone with either the built-in camera app or a third-party camera if you are willing to download another app. There’s only one tool you will need beyond the iPhone itself and that is either a tripod or any way to keep your iPhone completely steady while you are capturing the photo. I’ve relied on placing my phone in a cup or leaning it against a tree or wall to get great night shots when I didn’t have a tripod, so just get creative.

How to photograph a meteor shower with your iPhone’s camera app

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