Finally, there’s a way for anyone to take decent astronomical images through a telescope.
Astrophotographer Richard S. Wright, Jr. embarks on his imaging blog. Join him each month to learn how to get the most out of your imaging equipment.
Today’s digital cameras are no longer limited to bright targets, such as the Sun, Moon, or planets. Even star clusters, galaxies, and nebulae are now fair game.
Getting started in DSLR astrophotography has never been easier.
Taking deep-sky pictures requires a skill that's involved in no other kind of photography: guiding on a star.
Learn how to photograph a meteor shower with these step-by-step instructions, as well as advice for the advanced imager.
Learn how to photograph a partial solar eclipse using a safe solar filter.
Chances are you already own a great planetary camera, but didn’t know it.
A premier planetary photographer shares his secrets for capturing the finest details on our neighboring worlds.
Purple halos around stars can be a problem when shooting with inexpensive camera lenses and telescopes. Here's how to fix them.
Good weather for imaging is about more than just the clouds! Even if it's cloud-free, you'll need to understand if the seeing and transparency are good.
Expanding the spectral response of your camera opens up many new imaging opportunities.
Take stunning portraits of constellations, nebulas, star clusters, and our home galaxy.
Follow these simple suggestions to get the most out of your CCD images.