Category: Astrophotography

How do you become an astrophotography on Reddit?

November 11, 2021, 16:10, asked: Nikola Rendulić

Simplest is to start by doing star trails. Any camera where you can lock the shutter open for many minutes will work (DSLRs can do this with a cable release). You need a tripod too. Try 10, 30, 60 minutes at something like ISO 200 to 400, f/8....

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Is Canon 200D good for astrophotography?

November 10, 2021, 20:58, asked: Hannah

The Canon EOS 4000D, 1300D, 750D and 200D models are all good basic DSLRs for astrophotography. The Nikon D5600, D610 and entry-level D3500 also fit the bill, as does the Sony a68....

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Is a 200mm lens good for astrophotography?

November 10, 2021, 04:49, asked: πŸ’—ΨͺΨ¨Ψ³Ω…πŸ’—

A large galaxy like Andromeda (M31), around 8 full moons in apparent width, will look great in a 200mm lens. Pleiades (M45), the Carina nebula, and other large objects also work well at 200mm with a full-frame camera, and even better with a crop frame DSLR....

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What do you need for deep sky astrophotography?

November 9, 2021, 21:33, asked: Stefanos Anopoulos

What equipment do you need for deep sky photography?

  1. Choosing a camera. Let's start with the camera. ...
  2. Choosing a lens. Most people expect that deep sky astrophotography is only done with telescopes. ...
  3. Choosing a telescope. ...
  4. Tracking mounts. ...
  5. Shutter release cable. ...
  6. Dew heater. ...
  7. Guide-scope and auto-guider. ...
  8. Power source.
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What do you need to get started in astrophotography?

November 8, 2021, 07:27, asked: ℕ𝕒π•₯𝕦𝕣𝕖 π•π• π•§π•–π•£πŸŒ±

Beginners often start with a small star tracker for wide-angle astrophotography images. Entry-level camera mounts such as the iOptron SkyTracker Pro, or Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer are a great place to start. This opens the doors to long exposure photos that include deep-sky objects such as galaxies and nebulae....

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Are colors in astrophotography real?

November 6, 2021, 19:34, asked: animal | nature | travel

And while it's true that it does look different, the images aren't fake! The color in the images reflects certain chemicals within the object and therefore are based on actual data. Sometimes it is possible to map the color of a certain narrowband filter to the corresponding channel of a digital RGB image....

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What is RGB in astrophotography?

November 5, 2021, 06:50, asked: Sunset_Therapy

LRGB, short for Luminance, Red, Green and Blue, is a photographic technique used in amateur astronomy for producing good quality color photographs by combining a high-quality black-and-white image with a lower-quality color image. ... The LRGB method is used to work around this to get good color images....

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Can you do astrophotography with Nikon D3500?

November 4, 2021, 08:20, asked: FOLO SEGUN

Hear this out loudPauseAstrophotography, for the most part, is one of the few subsets of photography that actually requires a good quality camera. ... If you're just getting started, a camera such as the Nikon D3500 will still be more than capable of capturing some great nighttime images when coupled with the right lens....

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How do I use astrophotography on my Nikon D3500?

November 3, 2021, 14:07, asked: Alaink Parent

Follow these steps to photograph the night sky with a Nikon D3500.

  1. Get the equipment you need. ...
  2. Find a dark site near you. ...
  3. Take test photos. ...
  4. Switch to Manual Mode. ...
  5. Set your aperture to the lowest amount possible. ...
  6. Change your shutter speed. ...
  7. Set your ISO. ...
  8. Focus on infinity.
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Do you need a mirrorless camera for astrophotography?

November 2, 2021, 11:14, asked: dylan

The first thing you need is the best camera for astrophotography – that is, a DSLR or mirrorless camera that enables you to open the shutter for at least 30 seconds. You'll also need a tripod, RAW format photos to spruce-up in Photoshop, and last but not least great timing....

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