Category: Astrophotography

How does astrophotography reduce light pollution?

October 19, 2021, 00:06, asked: • ꜱʜᴀʀᴇ ᴛʜʀᴏᴜɢʜ ᴛʀᴇᴇꜱ •

A popular and effective method of overcoming the light-polluted skies of an urban backyard is to use a monochrome camera equipped with narrowband filters (narrowband imaging). This has the power to aggressively ignore artificial light and isolate the light associated with specific gases in objects in space....

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What is the best light pollution filter for astrophotography?

October 17, 2021, 16:34, asked: DrEaMy

The Astronomik CLS (city light-suppression) filter is the perfect “first-filter” for astrophotography, whether it is through a telescope, or with a camera lens....

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Do light pollution filters work for astrophotography?

October 15, 2021, 17:28, asked: Albert Obradors Sellarés

These filters usually do a good job. Light pollution creates two main problems for astrophotography. First, the extra light effectively washes out the sky, lowering contrast and obscuring the faint details of nebula and galaxies. It also usually adds a heavy red / yellow / orange color cast to your images....

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How can I make my astrophotography less blurry?

October 14, 2021, 05:10, asked: Eagle_Eye_Photography 🦅

Regarding blurry images, focus aside, you need to ensure that you have a solid, stable tripod for your camera, which may involve hanging weights from your tripod to help keep it stable. You will also want to use a remote or self-timer to start your exposure....

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How do you do astrophotography with a smartphone and telescope?

October 12, 2021, 07:14, asked: Francesco Capasso

Here's another convenient way to take images through a telescope or a digiscope: most likely of the Moon. A bracket that grips a phone and then lines up with the phone's camera lens, it fixes to the eyepiece of either a telescope or a digiscope. Beware of vignetting around the edges....

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Can you do astrophotography in city?

October 10, 2021, 17:47, asked: ต้นไม้ฟอกอากาศ

Astrophotography from the city: yay or nay? Let me get this straight: there is nothing, n-o-t-h-i-n-g, as a truly dark sky for astrophotography. On the other hand, good astrophotography from the city is certainly possible, although challenging (not necessarily a bad thing), particularly if you are on a budget....

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What is astrophotography GCAM?

October 10, 2021, 02:10, asked: Lauren Camp

According to How Stuff Works, Astrophotography means taking pictures of celestial bodies or the glowing celestial bodies in outer space. Similar concept is implemented here in GCAM 7. With Astrophotography, you can take pictures of stars etc but at the same time, you can use it to get some great Low Light Shots....

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Who invented astrophotography?

October 8, 2021, 06:36, asked: Anne-Maree Donnelly

A breakthrough in astronomical photography came in 1883, when amateur astronomer Andrew Ainslie Common used the dry plate process to record several images of the same nebula in exposures up to 60 minutes with a 36 in (91 cm) reflecting telescope that he constructed in the backyard of his home in Ealing, outside London....

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What type of mount is not recommended for astrophotography?

October 7, 2021, 13:43, asked: Luxury Eco Suites Inverloch

An Alt-Az mount (such as the iOptron Az Mount Pro shown above) is great for casually observing objects in the night sky, but is not suitable for deep sky astrophotography....

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Which mount is best for astrophotography?

October 5, 2021, 17:11, asked: Eder korrerias

Best Telescope Mounts for Astrophotography: A Complete Review

  • Celestron CGX. ...
  • Orion AstroView EQ Mount. ...
  • Orion 9055 Equatorial Telescope Mount. ...
  • Celestron Advanced Computerized Mount. ...
  • Orion 9995 Sirius EQ-G Telescope Mount. ...
  • Orion 9829 SkyView Telescope Mount. ...
  • Orion Sirius Pro AZ/EQ-G. ...
  • Celestron CG-4 Equatorial Mount.
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