Get the best performance possible from your Lunt single-stacked or double-stacked pressure-tuned solar telescope with tuning.
Author - Paul Stewart
Living partly in his home and the backyard observatory he built himself in Timaru, South Island New Zealand, Paul prefers to image the Sun and other dynamic objects like the ISS, asteroids and comets — not the boring stuff that has been the same for millions of years.
An accomplished and published solar (and even deep-sky) astrophotographer, he was short listed for ROG Astronomy Photographer of the Year in 2015, and published in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year collection book.
Learn more about Paul on his website.
Learn to create composite images of the solar disk and solar prominences to display more features of the sun in the same image!
Two of the best ways for making solar flat fields to correct uneven illumination in your solar images and mosaics.