How to Photograph Stars | 7 Essential Night Photography Tips
If you’re new to photographing stars, there are a few things you should know. Here are six tips to get you started.
Using LRGB Processing & Image Stacking To Render Gorgeous Night Sky Images
You probably have all the gear you need to take ‘stellar’ night sky images, but learn how to process them to really make them brilliant.
Never-Before-Seen ‘Impossible’ Images of Milky Way Captured in Singapore
I have been asking myself if it’s really impossible to capture the Milky Way galaxy in Singapore and so, I’ve decided to make my first attempt after the monsoon season was over and voila! I could see it! All hope was not lost after all.
How You Shot It: Dreamers – Shooting the Stars with an Astrophotographer
How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Many who use our presets love…
Landscapes From Earth May Be Better Than From Space
It’s a difficult task to choose which of man’s creations is the most beautiful. It could be a building like…
How to find the best locations in your area for shooting the night sky
Shooting at night can be a challenge if you live in a populated area. Light pollution can, and does, prevent you form getting the most out of your exposures and can ruin a shot. When I first started thinking about shooting the stars I thought I had to physically drive around and look for good spots. Surely, I thought to myself, there must be a better way to find locations relatively close to you which would be good candidates for amazing star photography.
Photo Op! Upcoming Supermoon and Tips for Shooting It
Any of you aspiring star or night photographers may like to know that there is an upcoming Supermoon on June 23rd that will make for a great photo opportunity. A supermoon is an astronomical phenomenon that occurs when the moon is at the closest point to the earth in its orbit while at the same time being in its Full Moon phase.
Shoot for the Stars: A Star Trail Tutorial from Tony Northrup
I love shooting stars and nightscapes, sadly though I hardly ever have the patience for it. Not only that but since I live in the Pacific Northwest the nights that I have to choose from for shooting are limited due to constant rain and cloud cover most months out of the year.
Astrophotography 101: Choosing a Telescope
Photography is one of those hobbies that you can pour never ending amounts of cash into, there is always something new and shiny to spend your money on. But if you’re into astrology, or star gazing chances are that you may be interested in Astrophotography (Taking pictures of stars and space). One thing that you will need in addition to your normal photography gear is a telescope and it can be hard for beginners to choose a photography worthy telescope.