Hey everyone, I'm really new to photography, but I was wondering if anyone had some tips on getting the best picture when photographing something like a space shuttle launch. It's scheduled for this weekend at 4:30 AM. So it will be dark out, but obviously the exaust of the rockets will create powerful light. It's a unique combination and I'm not sure how to have my camera set. I'll only have a minute or two to get my pictures before it is out of sight, and I want to make sure I don't walk away with nothing. I'm using the Canon Rebel XS if that makes a difference for anyone's advice. Thanks.