Category: Image Processing

Long exposure is as old as photography itself and it serves both technical and artistic purposes. Image stacking, on the other hand, is a technique [...]

Sooner or later we all enter the “watermark phase.” But the use of a watermark is a controversial subject in photography. Half of the people [...]

When you take a photograph, you freeze a moment in time, and hopefully this instant will be able to tell a story. Sometimes though, a [...]

Astrophotography is the realm of heavy post-processing: in order to create a pleasant and detailed image, you can’t avoid using powerful techniques such as image [...]

In an optical system, light often passes through one or more lenses and when it does so, several types of optical aberrations can occur. In [...]

Lights?! Darks?! Bias?! Flats?! Dark Flats?! What does all this mean?! If you have ever asked someone about how to improve your astrophotography quality, those [...]

So you are having fun under the stars taking tons of images of the night sky, and now you need to process them? Whether you [...]

Post-processing astrophotography images is mandatory: you cannot avoid it. It can be a fairly long and technical process, but it is necessary to squeeze out [...]

Astrophotography is closer to science than art, and there is no such thing as “getting it right in camera.” This means you cannot simply point [...]

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 [...]

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