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Have you seen some of the spectacular photos of Comet NEOWISE yet? Here’s how to capture your own photos of this special astrophotography subject!
2020 Milky Way Photographer Of The Year Announced by Capture The Atlas
Travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published the last edition of their annual Milky Way photographer of the year collection featuring the best 25 photos of our galaxy. This compilation is always published in June coinciding with the peak of the Milky Way season, and it is aimed at inspiring and sharing the beauty of our night skies.
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With Christmas just around the corner and the year drawing to a close, the team at Syrp wanted to release…
Google Engineers Explain & Show-Off the Pixel’s Night Sight Astrophotography Mode
Several months ago we covered a leak of some photos from the new Google Pixel 4, and what got me…
Canon Shoots for the Stars with a New EOS R Optimized for Astrophotography
Canon is set to release a new version of the Canon EOS R focused on astrophotography. The camera will be called the EOS Ra. The modified EOS R will feature an added filter to allow roughly four times more transmission of h-Alpha wavelengths.
Leaked Google Pixel 4 Photos Show Massively Improved Portrait, Astrophotography, and Night Sight Modes
Leaked sample images from the upcoming Google Pixel 4 show an incredibly impressive camera system, giving Apple’s iPhone 11 a run for its money!
See The 2019 Astronomy Photographer of the Year Winners
Every year, the awards, held by the National Maritime Museum, highlight the best of the best in space photography and showcase an exhibition of the world’s most incredible astronomy photographers. Join us as we have a look at the 2019 winners of the Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year!
You Won’t Believe The Story Behind This Incredible Astrophotography Shot
Sometimes, you really do only have seconds to get the shot! This was certainly the case with Paul Schmit’s photograph of the ISS as it transits across the sun. Check out the full story behind the shot here.