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Winners of the Coveted 2020 Astronomy Photographer of the Year Announced – See The Universe In A New Light
A breathtaking Tilt-Shift Image of Andromeda has won the Astronomy Photographer of the Year Award for 2020
Tips For Editing Your Astrophotography Images With Adobe Lightroom
As Matthew explained in his post on Friday, this week is the peak of the annual Perseid meteor shower –…
Perseid Meteor Shower 2020 | Five Tips For The Best Meteor Photos!
If you’re looking for something exciting to do this weekend, then you should check out this year’s Perseid Meteor Shower! One of the strongest, most impressive meteor showers every year, the Perseids always deliver at least a handful of truly stunning, giant meteors streaking across the sky.
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.
Best Astrophotography Telescopes for Your Nightscapes (updated)
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 astronomy, 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.
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.