If you are someone who looks at the night sky quite often, chances are that you have seen a few of them and these shooting stars as we generally call them are not at all stars but meteoroids entering the earth’s atmosphere at a very high speed. In this article we will look at what meteors are and how to photograph a meteor shower the next time there is a peak, so you can go out confidently and try shooting some of them.
Here are the steps involved in photographing and the pre/post processing techniques involved for a mineral moon.
Who would not want to see and photograph a comet? In this article, we will look at what a comet is, how to locate the comet, photograph and post process comet images.
Want to photograph the Moon, but you don’t know what settings to use? Let’s take a look at the Looney 11 rule to get you started photographing the moon
Today we are going to get a bit technical and take a look at the NPF rule and how to use it to get tack sharp photographs of the stars.
One of the astrophotography settings that can be confusing to photographers is noise reduction. Should you turn noise reduction on or off? Find out here!