Astrophotography: Tips & Techniques

Once you’ve learned your way around the night sky and glimpsed distant nebulae through a pair of binoculars or a telescope, you might find yourself wanting to capture the magic that keeps you returning to your telescope every night. But if you’re used to taking point-and-shoot photos, astrophotography can be pretty daunting.

We provide useful tips and tricks on how to start photographing the night sky. We’ll help anyone with modest stargazing equipment and access to dark skies capture panoramic vistas, from learning how to guide a telescope for imaging to creating composite images on your laptop.

Interested in learning more? Check out our online astrophotography classes, and learn how to get the most of your hours behind the shutter.