Category: astrophotography

Zoom or Prime? This is one of those never-ending discussions in photography. Purists love prime lenses, considering the zoom as the tool of choice for [...]

Astrophotography is a fairly technical and challenging kind of photography. Many things have to go right in order to produce decent and high-quality images, and [...]

If you are into deep sky astrophotography, you know the struggle of having to juggle with your free time, the absence of a large, bright [...]

One thing we often forgot: there is more than just photographing the beautiful night sky in astrophotography. There is more than expensive and hyper-specialized gear. [...]

We all love to spend time under the stars and peer into wonders the night sky offers us. But astrophotography is a tricky area, and [...]

Particularly with deep-sky astrophotography, to be successful you need to have a good grasp on concepts like Polar Alignment and tracking. When I started with [...]

Photography is a field that is (in)famous for the number of technical concepts and words used to describe how things work. This can be intimidating [...]

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, [...]

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