Photographing an ISS (International Space Station) flyover is not as difficult as it may seem. You don't need fancy imagining software or top of the...
Author - Tanja Schmitz
Tanja is the co-founder of PhotographingSpace.com with her husband, Cory. She is also the co-owner of several telescopes and Celestron mounts, too many cameras, and not enough hard drive space.
An internationally commissioned and published astrophotographer, her work has been used in multiple online and print publications. Tanja was also shortlisted for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year award.
Whether you're starting out in astrophotography or an experienced imager, these 5 anytime/anywhere projects will get you capturing awe inspiring...
Learn this easy and effective way to reduce star size using Photoshop and make your milky way pop!
M42 is easy to capture, but difficult to master. By using good processing techniques astro photos shot in light pollution can become award winning...
Photographing star trails should not share the same settings as photographing the Milky Way. Find out how to make sure you don't lose the star color.
Various software packages are available to perform these calibration and integration tasks. They range from freeware to some bigger price tags.
A quick overview of the basics of imaging planets and solar system objects.
It's easy to connect your DSLR camera to your telescope! Learn how.
You should consider what you'd like to photograph and plan your purchase to suit your area of interest.
Astrophotography is all about getting as much light (“signal”) to your DSLR sensor as possible