Author: Andrea Minoia

Andrea Minoia

Author

Andrea Minoia works as a researcher in a Belgian university by day and is a keen amateur astrophotographer by night.


He is most interested in deep sky photography with low budget equipment and in helping beginners along their journey under the stars.


Latest Articles

Image stacking is the only way to reduce (random) noise in an image while boosting the details. This is because the technique aims to improve [...]

Being more science than art, in astrophotography, even if you get your camera settings “just right,” you still aren’t exempt from post-processing and editing your [...]

Are you feeling ready to have a go with the night sky and wondering what you need you don’t already have?  If so, forget telescopes, [...]

In this Ultimate Guide To The Star Adventurer PRO, I will teach you all you need to know to get the most out of this [...]

The iOptron SkyGuider Pro is one of the most common star trackers among beginners, keen amateurs, and astrophotographers on the move. In this SkyGuider Pro [...]

The Vixen Polarie is a star tracker in disguise. Shaped like a compact camera, this ultra-portable tracker is not afraid to follow you in your [...]

Astrophotography is a very specialized kind of photography, and it has a steep learning curve. This is particularly true if you begin with “full-grown” astrophotography [...]

Have you ever stumbled across images like this while surfing the internet, and pause on them in awe, thinking how nice it would be to [...]

Stars appear to move fairly quickly through the night sky and to freeze them when photographing from a fixed tripod, you are bound to snap [...]

Page [tcb_pagination_current_page] of [tcb_pagination_total_pages]

Page [tcb_pagination_current_page] of [tcb_pagination_total_pages]