Removing ugly halos from stars is quick and easy with Lightroom or Photoshop! Learn a fast way to start your workflow with a better photo.
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The most memorable Milky Way scenes have interesting terrestrial foregrounds, and Tanja has 4 tips that have a big impact on every Milky Way photo you take!
A beginner's guide to getting started processing real Hubble images. The first step to processing Hubble data is knowing where and how to get it!
Work on our book, The Ultimate Guide to Star Trails, is nearing completion, but it's missing one thing: your photos. Get profiled and receive a free copy!
An old windmill and the Fuerteventura Milky Way, by Carlton de Souza.
The Wizard Nebula (NGC 7380), by Jaspal Chadha. Only 8,000 light years distant, the nebula surrounds a newly forming star cluster with gas and dust.
3 powerful settings in Lightroom that will take your Milky Way photos from ordinary to extraordinary.
Open Cluster and Dark Nebula of the Rosette, by Álvaro Ibáñez Pérez. In this close-up view of the Rosette Nebula, you can see star color and dark nebulae.
See how stacking multiple wide-field night-sky exposures can gain you a lot of detail and color in your astrophotography. The work is worth it!
With today’s smartphones, it’s possible to capture photos of the stars, planets, aurorae, meteors, satellites and the ISS – if you know the right tricks.