Category: Astrophotography

What’s the point of astrophotography?

August 3, 2021, 05:01, asked: Murray Taylor

Besides being able to record the details of extended objects such as the Moon, Sun, and planets, astrophotography has the ability to image objects invisible to the human eye such as dim stars, nebulae, and galaxies....

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Can I use iPhone for astrophotography?

August 3, 2021, 04:05, asked: modou

Astrophotography on an iPhone is not only possible, it's easier than you might think! Check our iPhone night sky photography tutorial to learn how to take photos like these....

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Can I use my phone for astrophotography?

August 2, 2021, 18:15, asked: ❤ƒαяιвα zαghι khαnsαяι❤

You can use your iPhone, Android or other smartphone to take pictures of stars and other astronomical phenomena. ... Astrophotography with just a phone camera may sound a bit far-fetched, but there are certain subjects that can be captured with an iPhone, Android or other smartphone....

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What is ISO and shutter speed for astrophotography?

August 2, 2021, 10:36, asked: 📸

The Milky Way using ISO 6400 (20 x 30-Second Exposures) I would suggest using ISO 800 for a 30-second exposure to start with. This is often a great starting point, and can be adjusted depending on the amount of light pollution present and/or the f-ratio of your camera lens....

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Where can I study astrophotography?

August 2, 2021, 09:06, asked: CJ Burnell

U.S. Schools Offering Astronomy & Astrophysics Listed in Order of Popularity

  • University of Colorado Boulder. ...
  • University of California - Berkeley. ...
  • The University of Texas at Austin. ...
  • University of California - Santa Cruz. ...
  • University of Washington - Seattle Campus. ...
  • Harvard University.
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Is 2.8 good for astrophotography?

August 1, 2021, 23:08, asked: 𝒩𝒶𝓌𝒶𝒷 ℋ𝒶𝒾𝒹𝑒𝓇 ℛ𝒶𝒿𝒶 نواب حیدر

The Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 is unmatched for sharpness and a perfect choice for landscape astrophotography. For standard primes, don't forget the extremely affordable Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens (full review). It's not perfect wide-open at f/1.8 but it's quite good when stopped down to f/2.8....

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Should you use a filter for astrophotography?

August 1, 2021, 21:07, asked: taner topcular

Astrophotography filters are necessary for capturing the astral objects in the sky. If you try to capture the night sky without using filters, you will see a very muddy and grainy image. ... These filters include broadband, narrowband and line filters, all with different purposes....

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What do I need to get started in astrophotography?

August 1, 2021, 18:40, asked: OS ♡

Astrophotography: 10 simple tips for beginners

  1. Switch to manual.
  2. Pick a good location.
  3. Check your camera's exposure.
  4. Check your ISO.
  5. Watch out for noise.
  6. Pick a suitable lens.
  7. Control your aperture (f-number)
  8. Focus.
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Is Canon EOS 250D good for astrophotography?

August 1, 2021, 15:47, asked: Bryan Guativa Rincon

Canon EOS Rebel SL3 / 250D – Next best budget option Like the Nikon D5600, it's an unspectacular but reliable performer and while the overall sharpness lags behind the D5600 due to the presence of AA and low-pass filters, it actually offers greater signal-to-noise ratio at both lower and higher ISO sensitivities....

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What should I look for in a DSLR for astrophotography?

August 1, 2021, 15:14, asked: سأكتفي بصمتي...

  1. Until the Sony A7 mirrorless camera came along, the best astrophotography cameras were all about DSLRs. ...
  2. If you want to photograph the night sky, the Milky Way or a meteor shower, get a super wide-angle lens. ...
  3. The best choice for astrophotography and night-time landscapes is a full-size and very sturdy tripod.
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