I live now in one of the least populated areas of the country which means that on clear nights there is little in the way of light pollution which reveals a sky full of stars. However, for an ignoramus like me there is a down side. When I lived in London essentially all you could see on a clear night were the brightest stars which made picking out the major constellations more straightforward as they were basically all that were visible. Now that I can see a whole panoply of lights in the sky I struggle to identify the constellations as easily.
And yes, I'm not very good at taking photos of the night sky... I know!