There is no better time for a weekend in the wild than in summer when you can cook gifts on a crackling fire, open a can of wine fresh from the cooler, and sit under the sky covered with stars.
To better enjoy the outdoors, here are some tips to help you tour the backcountry from simple to sublime.
1. see the light
A special light that you can hang in your tent will make your camp more comfortable at dusk and help you feel more in the bedroom than in a nylon coffin. In addition, if you go on an evening walk (or you need to relax), you can turn it on and easily find your way back to the glowing ball. The goal of Zero Light-a-Life is a good option, but in most cases an electric hanging lantern will do.
2. shoot the stars
The biggest problem with a photo of the moon or the night sky on the iPhone is the exposure of the image: the camera will not automatically adjust its settings to take into account all this blackness. But you can get around this by simply tapping the screen to set the focus, and then swipe down. You will see the sun icon on the exposure slider, and the image will be darker when you swipe your finger. For best results, use a small tripod.