ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEOASTRONOMY
How to get started with this great hobby and make your own images of the Moon, planets, stars and other deepspace objects.
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|How To Take A Simple Astro-Photo
|Mp3 of an interview with expert astrophotographer Jerry Lodriguss, in which he shares with you the basics of taking a simple but quite lovely photo of the night sky with a digital camera without a telescope.|
|Beginner's Guide to Astrophotography
|Good short article by Space.com’s Joe Rao.|
|Sky & Telscope's Free Astrophotography Primer to photographing the planets, stars, nebulae and galaxies.|
|Four techniques for astrophotography on the Astronomy for Beginners’ website.|
|This is a six part series of instructional videos on YouTube to help you get started in Astrophotography.|
|Basics of Video Astronomy
Part 1 Go here
Part 2 Go here
Part 3 Go here
|Astronomical video cameras give real-time, full-colour views of deep-sky objects with an amazingly high sensitivity that effectively triples the aperture of a small telescope, even in highly light-polluted skies.
A few articles take a look at deep-sky video astronomy and see if it’s something that might make sense for you.
|Nightscape photographyGo here||Interview with Alan Dyer about the secrets of nightscape imaging. It is a combination of landscape and astrophotography. Alan is the author most recently of the multi-media guide called Nightscapes and Timelapses|