How To: Beginner DSLR Night Sky Astrophotography by PhotographingSpace.com
How to photograph the milky way and more with your DSLR camera!(UPDATED VIDEO! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kmkTsmd2O0)Download our FREE DSLR Astrophotog...
These 7 Great Astrophotography Tutorials Will Make You Want to Shoot the Stars Tonight (Light Stalking)
Astrophotography is a specialized field of photography that involves capturing images of celestial objects and the night sky. The range of photographs you can create is really diverse. From capturing
Beginners Tips for Night Sky and Star Photography
The best tips for doing star photography right in your own backyard. Pro tips on making your star photography look like magic.
The Pleiades Necklace 7 Sisters Necklace Constellation Skymap Necklace in Glass by Jackie Taylor Designs
"The cosmic night sky under glass, 13/16\" (21 mm) across, and 7mm deep, containing the seven tiny jewels of this special constellation, the Pleiades, also known as the 7 Sisters, represented with tiny cubic zirconia, floating in a galaxy of midnight blue resin and stardust. Also available all 12 signs of the zodiac in this style. The chain goes through a hidden tube bail on the back, for a very clean look. There is depth to this necklace, containing the magic of deep space. To see matching…
How to Photograph the Stars
Photography in general is easy – right? You pick up your camera, point it in the direction of what interests you, and depress the shutter button. However, there are many levels of photography, and I’m sure many of you are aware of the basics. Today I’m going to focus on something a bit more advanced, […]
How to - Take Pictures of the Milky Way
In this video I focus strictly on how to take pictures of the Milky Way as opposed to make a time-lapse of the Milky Way as I have done in my other videos.Bl...
Photo-Take-Outter Friday #4 – Star photography
Star photography and northern light hunting is a favourite hobby of ours. I love long exposure shots (and that feeling when you hold your breath and wait to see what the photo will look like). Here…