What camera settings and photography gear you should use to photograph a total lunar eclipse? How you can shoot a total eclipse of the moon.
Author - Cory Schmitz
Co-founder of PhotographingSpace.com, co-owner of several telescopes and mounts, too many cameras, and not enough hard drives, Cory is an American expat living in South Africa with his wife, Tanja Schmitz.
An avid astrophotographer for timelapse, deep-space imaging, lunar, planetary, and star trail imagery, he is an all-around jack-of-most-trades for night-sky photography.
He is also an internationally published and commissioned astrophotographer, where his photos have been used in multiple online and print publications.
Finish off your Milky Way images with this example workflow and installation instructions for the Milky Way Finisher Photoshop action pack bundle. In...
From acquisition to processing to his observatory; a 1,130 exposure, 32 panel mosaic of the southern part of the constellation Orion, by Chuck Manges.
How to use intelligent, star masked noise reduction in Photoshop, in one-click.
First light with the EAGLE CORE; I finally had a chance to get it out for a proper test under the stars, and this is what happened.
Maximize your sky and Milky Way detail with incredible clarity, find details you’ve never seen in even your already-finished photos.
If you're having issues finding perfect focus...this might be why. How to test and adjust your secondary mirror.
How to install and use MiniSTARS for easy one-click star reduction in Photoshop.
Think BackyardEOS and BackyardNIKON with PhD Guiding, without the need for a separate computer, simplified, and in a slick anodized red metal housing.
We are honored to be able to announce TWO new PhotographingSpace.com team members: Alex Conu and Brendon Wainwright!