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Thread: How to Expose Properly for Long Exposures?

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    How to Expose Properly for Long Exposures?

    I've recently been interested in doing some long exposure photography and maybe a bit of astrophotography. I've read a few guides and watched a few videos so far and have picked up on people saying 'take an exposure meter reading' and 'start measuring the exposure using my spot meter'. What do they mean by this?
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    Is there some way I can calculate how long I need to expose the image to get a perfectly exposed image?
    Also, recently, when I was trying out some astrophotography of a dark sky (i.e. stars were not very bright) I just had to use trial and error as a solution to this problem - not ideal when mucking around with 5, 10 and 15 minute exposures... Anyway I can rectify this?
    I've searched around quite a bit but nowhere has really answered my question yet - I hope you can
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