Full Review: https://astrobackyard.com/canon-eos-r… I have 30 days to test a Canon EOS Ra astrophotography camera before it goes back to Canon!
In this video I share my progress putting together a new telescope rig for astrophotography. Celestron EdgeHD 11: http://bit.ly/2NoJbyc
Hoy vamos a aprender como PROCESAR la VÍA LÁCTEA en nuestras fotografías nocturnas. Para ello vamos a utilizar 3 archivos RAW y vamos a procesar cada uno de ellos en adobe lightroom y en adobe Photoshop para realizar una fusión de las tres fotografías. Esta manera de procesar la vía láctea es la forma en […]
We’ve been excited to share this one with you for a while! Join astrophotographer Fergus Kennedy in the high mountains of Almeria, Spain and the Calar Alto Observatory, as he shares how to use the new Canon EOS Ra to capture stunning images from the Milky Way and the tricks of the astrophotography trade. Far […]
DSLR Astrophotography with a Small Telescope The final image of IC 1396 includes 50 x 5-minutes @ ISO 1600. The images were stacked and calibrated using darks and flats in DeepSkyStacker. The final image was processed in Adobe Photoshop 2020. My Image Processing Guide: http://bit.ly/2JjmE3I The Setup Used in this Video Camera: Canon EOS 60Da […]
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In this video, I walk you through the process I use to capture images with Astro Photography Tool
The Sky-Watcher EQ8-R Pro First Impressions: https://astrobackyard.com/sky-watcher… Order Online: http://bit.ly/2MNR4ME In this video, I finally share the astrophotography setup I’ve been using for the past week or so – The Sky-Watcher EQ8-R Pro! This is an observatory-class mount, and it may eventually destroy my back (I need an observatory). In this video, you’ll see my […]
Complete Image Processing Guide: https://sellfy.com/p/0zsyyq/ In this video, I share the most powerful image processing techniques I use in Adobe Photoshop. These are rather simple steps you can use on your next astrophotography processing session. Essentially, you need to process each color channel SEPERATELY because the signal, noise profile and star size will vary!