Photographing the Belt Of Venus This post will show you how to photograph Belt of Venus. “The Belt of Venus is an atmospheric phenomenon visible shortly before sunrise or after sunset, during civil twilight, when a pinkish glow extending roughly 10–20° above the horizon surrounds the observer. The planet Venus, when visible, is typically located […]
How To Use Infinity To Focus On Stars It is hard to focus on stars at night. If you’ve ever tried to photograph the Milky Way, no doubt you’ve noticed how hard it actually is. We have another more detailed article which is aimed at helping you understand the process of focusing to infinity here. […]
Learn now to photograph the Sculpture Galaxy with a telescope and DSLR camera.
Photographing 4 Vesta Asteroid Photographing an asteroid was an extra special thrill the other night. To actually look up into the night sky and be able to point to a star that is actually an asteroid is simply amazing. While the conditions were not 100% helpful for astrophotography, there was a rising full moon and […]
Photographing the Iridium Flare There are about 66 Iridium satellites orbiting the earth, which deliver a wide range of satellite communications around the globe. These satellites have become an integral part of everyday life especially for satellite phone users. Astrophotographers may or may not use the iridium companies services, but they do love to see […]