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Title Author Type Date Words
Light Elements. Mar 9, 2021 656
How Was The Black Hole Photographed? Apr 15, 2019 663
Basic observing skills. Jan 1, 2019 2976
Getting the Best from Your Backyard: Imaging from a suburban backyard can be rewarding, even under light-polluted skies. Talbot, Jonathan Dec 1, 2018 2271
GALLERY. Nov 1, 2018 332
Lost in the Glare: Some interesting objects await imagers who can tear their cameras away from the showpieces of the night skies. Brecher, Ron Oct 1, 2018 3359
Aperture for Camera. Wright, Richard S., Jr. Mar 18, 2018 1896
What Makes a Great Astrophoto? Recognizing what goes into an outstanding image can help to improve your own work. Walker, Sean Cover story Mar 1, 2018 2654
Making Your Nightscapes "Pop": Use these easy steps to turn your landscape astrophotos into personal masterpieces. Andreo, Rogelio Bernal Dec 29, 2017 2011
Briqht-Sky imaging: there are plenty of things to shoot under moonlit and urban skies. Brecher, Ron Nov 1, 2017 1912
Ethics in astrophotography: seeing isn't always believing in the digital age. Lodriguss, Jerry Aug 17, 2017 1901
How to shoot a solar eclipse: a little advance planning can help make your pictures memorable. Cicco, Dennis di Aug 1, 2017 3273
Narrowband color in PixInsight: create your own colorful nebulae images with this helpful technique. Keller, Warren A. Apr 1, 2017 1851
Build your own on-axis guider: eliminate a host of guiding problems with one surprisingly easy project. Oltion, Jerry Jan 1, 2017 728
Processing with PixInsight: follow this workflow to get more out of your deep-sky astrophotos. Brecher, Ron Aug 1, 2016 2392
Combining photos with DeepSkyStacker: this freeware makes stacking your deep-sky images a snap. Lodriguss, Jerry Jul 1, 2016 2046
Choosing a camera for astrophotography: the question isn't which is best, but which is best for your goals. Wright, Richard S., Jr. Apr 1, 2016 2493
Secrets of nightscape photography: here are some essential tips for shooting the night sky above picturesque landscape. Dyer, Alan Oct 1, 2015 1738
Comet freeze: here's a great technique for stacking your comet photos in ImagesPlus. Jensen, Tim Sep 1, 2015 1389
Armchair imaging: in the digital age, you don't need your own telescope to take stunning astrophotos. Peach, Damian Aug 1, 2015 1611
Catch the sun in a can: here's a fun astrophotography project that anyone can do. Zapior, Maciej Jun 1, 2015 1602
Backyard DSLR imaging: get the most out of your imaging from any location with these helpful tips. Jakiel, Richard Apr 1, 2015 1943
Composing the Universe: planning your composition can raise your imaging to a whole new level. Gendler, Robert Jan 1, 2015 1631
Gallery. Walker, Sean May 1, 2014 351
Red luminance layering: boost the nebulosity in your astrophotos with this novel technique. Henry, Edward Apr 1, 2014 1602
Capturing comets: come home with a trophy of Comet ISON using these helpful techniques. Cook, Chris Column Dec 1, 2013 2697
Chasing totality from the stratosphere: braving the Australian Outback, an international amateur team launched a balloon to catch last November's solar eclipse. Beldea, Catalin; Cali, Joe Oct 1, 2013 2092
Piecing together the Sun & Moon: here's an easy technique for creating expansive images of the Sun and Moon using modest sensors. Jensen, Tim Sep 1, 2013 1610
Imaging the disk of Beta Pictoris: a motivated amateur captures the beginnings of a nearby planetary system. Olsen, Rolf Wahl Aug 1, 2013 1730
Shooting with modified DSLR cameras: expanding the spectral response of your camera opens up many new imaging opportunities. Jul 1, 2013 1503
Imaging the Messier marathon. McConahay, Alex Apr 1, 2013 1976
Gallery. Walker, Sean Apr 1, 2013 342
Northern exposure: follow these simple suggestions to take stunning aurora photographs. Tafreshi, Babak A. Mar 1, 2013 2062
iPhone astrophotography: it's easy to take decent astrophotos with a smartphone camera. Cole, Art Feb 1, 2013 544
Venus and Mars edge sunward: the planets of love and war start to vanish into twilight. Schaaf, Fred Jan 1, 2013 841
Observing dynamic Jupiter: make the most of the season's star telescopic attraction. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2013 1644
ABCs of CCD imaging: follow these simple suggestions to get the most out of your CCD images. Keller, Warren Dec 1, 2012 1592
Tips for shooting great nightscapes: capturing the Earth and sky in one great composition is surprisingly easy. Tafreshi, Babak A. Nov 1, 2012 1902
Bright planets late and early: Jupiter and Venus dominate the late-night and predawn skies. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2012 911
The Messier catalog: a binocular odyssey: try this minimalist approach to sharpen your observing skills and enhance your enjoyment. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2012 1564
Targeting hidden gems: planetary nebulae are stunning objects for astrophotographers working from almost any location. Kier, Ruben Oct 1, 2012 1566
Processing your own Hubble images: you can explore the Hubble legacy archive to create your own imaging masterpieces. Gendler, Robert Jul 1, 2012 1929
Deep sky with your DSLR: getting started in astrophotography has never been easier. Covington, Michael A. Jun 1, 2012 1819
Planetary imaging with your DSLR camera. Lodriguss, Jerry May 1, 2012 1740
Rethinking solar eclipse photography: digital photography is changing the ground rules for eclipse chasers. Cicco, Dennis di Apr 1, 2012 1332
Improving your eclipse photos. Walker, Sean Apr 1, 2012 951
Northern hemisphere sky chart. Brief article Mar 1, 2012 240
Targeting the International Space Station: this orbiting outpost is within reach of anyone with a camera. Legault, Thierry Mar 1, 2012 2277
For all the night's stars: a photographer's dream to image the entire night sky comes to fruition. Risinger, Nick Feb 1, 2012 1586
Natural color with six filters: try this alternative technique to enhance your color images made with broadband and narrowband filters. Ceravolo, Debra Dec 1, 2011 1758
Gallery. Walker, Sean Brief article Dec 1, 2011 294
Going against the grain: simple techniques will produce big improvements in your astrophotos. Kier, Ruben Sep 1, 2011 1195
August 2011. Calendar Aug 1, 2011 280
Spectroscopy for everyone: with inexpensive equipment, you can easily reveal the spectral signatures of everything from nearby planets to distant quasars. Field, Tom Aug 1, 2011 1657
Sky notes: 2011 April & May. Potter, Callum Apr 1, 2011 1330
Catch the nearest star: the Sun provides astrophotographers with a captivating target every clear day. Piepol, Greg Feb 1, 2011 1487
Narrow band imaging: emission-line filters allow you to take great images of nebulae from less-than-ideal locations. Fleming, Neil Dec 1, 2010 1041
Climbing toward the stars: astrophotography was just one highlight during a 10-day climb of Africa's tallest mountain. Quinn, Shawn Sep 1, 2010 2120
Binocular highlight: Lyra's Messiers. Seronik, Gary Aug 1, 2010 468
Hail and farewell: three planets gather and depart in the west during August, while a fourth comes onstage in the east. Schaaf, Fred Aug 1, 2010 769
Dark nights for the Perseids: mark your calendar for meteor watching late on the nights of August 11th & 12th. MacRobert, Alan Aug 1, 2010 979
In perfect focus: modern imaging equipment demands the ability to focus with microscopic precision. Goldman, Don S.; Megdal, Barry B. Aug 1, 2010 1352
August 2010. Calendar Aug 1, 2010 311
Deep-sky dicovery: "have you found anything new up there?" An amateur astronomer unearths a new planetary nebula, hinting that more hidden jewels are lurking out there. Simmons, Mike; Jurasevich, Dave Jul 1, 2010 2524
Shooting low: low-altitude imaging can double your target list. Kier, Ruben Jul 1, 2010 975
Point & shoot the sky: just because you don't own a high-end camera doesn't mean you can't take great astrophotos. Walker, Sean Jan 1, 2010 1119
CCD activities at the Bronberg Observatory (CBA Pretoria) in 2008. Monard, Berto Dec 1, 2009 1504
Targeting the red planet. Peach, Damian Dec 1, 2009 1993
Gallery. Walker, Sean Dec 1, 2009 404
Amateur method nets two farthest supernovae. Brief article Oct 1, 2009 145
Walking the galactic line: most of our galaxy's splendors are strung out along its equator. (Northern Hemisphere's Sky). Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2009 648
Binocular highlight: two Sgr globulars. Seronik, Gary Oct 1, 2009 491
Report of the occultation section. Fraser, Brian Brief article Oct 1, 2009 98
A spyglass telescope. Streicher, Magda Aug 1, 2009 1487
Sky notes: 2009 June and July. Potter, Callum Jun 1, 2009 1420
The planets. Bone, Neil Apr 1, 2009 424
Meteors. Bone, Neil Brief article Apr 1, 2009 302
Variable stars. Bone, Neil Brief article Apr 1, 2009 193
Deep sky. Bone, Neil Brief article Apr 1, 2009 203
Lucky deep-sky imaging: by combining techniques for deep-sky and planetary imaging, amateurs are pushing the resolution envelope. Serpell, Ricardo; Verschatse, Daniel Mar 1, 2009 1516
119 Tauri--the second reddest of all naked eye stars. Ahad, Abdul Brief article Feb 1, 2009 298
Sky notes: 2009 February & March. Bone, Neil Feb 1, 2009 1350
2009 sky diary: every night the sky show has something interesting to offer. Want to know what's happening tonight? This is the place to find out. Hewitt-White, Ken; Seronik, Gary Jan 1, 2009 868
Spectacular stargazing: the sun goes down, stars come out, wonder begins. Star, Letitia L. Sep 1, 2008 1233
Focusing your DSLR on the sky: digital SLR cameras make deep-sky shooting easy, but first you have to focus them at infinity. Here's how. Dyer, Alan Nov 1, 2007 2008
Revealing the clouds of Venus: no longer considered a featureless cue ball, Venus presents a constantly changing face to patient imagers. Walker, Sean Oct 1, 2007 1631
Comets enter the digital age: the great comet of 2007 was the first to grace our skies since digital photography went mainstream. Walker, Sean Jun 1, 2007 1277
Analemma ethics. Di Cicco, Dennis Jun 1, 2007 346
Tracking spots on Saturn: today's high-tech imaging methods open new opportunities for planet watchers. Vandebergh, Ralf May 1, 2007 1383
How to process planetary images: a premier planetary photographer shares his secrets for capturing the finest details on our neighbor worlds. Parker, Donald C. Jan 1, 2007 2204
Of color and composition: some simple lessons from the art community will help astrophotographers achieve the greatest visual impact with their images. Hallas, Tony Apr 1, 2006 1236
Measuring skyglow with digital cameras: these instruments are designed to take pretty pictures, but you can also do science with them. Flanders, Tony Feb 1, 2006 2169
Hybrid composite imaging: combining images from different cameras and telescopes results in stunning celestial vistas. Gendler, Robert May 1, 2005 1543
Shoot the moon with your digital camera. Aguirre, Edwin L. Jan 1, 2005 963
Channel-surfing to better solar images: amazing views of the Sun in red hydrogen-alpha light may lurk in the green and blue channels of your digital images. Weightman, James M. Jul 1, 2004 2634
Shoot the sky: want to get into astrophotography but don't know how to start? Here's an inside guide to success. Dyer, Alan Jan 1, 2004 3832
Creating high-resolution color CCD mosaics with Photoshop. Gendler, Robert Aug 1, 2003 2219
Scanning Deep-Sky Astrophotos. Lodriguss, Jerry Feb 1, 2003 3224
Wide-field imaging with CCD cameras. Mandel, Steve Feb 1, 2002 1632
Fixing vignetting in astrophotos. Walker, Sean Sep 1, 2001 1426
International space station with a Webcam. di Cicco, Dennis Jun 1, 2001 538
Amid the treasures of Persia. Simmons, Mike Apr 1, 2001 2328
Combining exposures with layer masks. Lodriguss, Jerry Jan 1, 2001 2370
Telescopes & camcorders: a match made in heaven: ever try holding a camcorder up to your telescope eyepiece? You may be amazed by the results. Dobbins, Thomas Jan 1, 2001 2139
Improve Your Astrophotos by Combining Images. Schur, Chris; O'Farrell, John Oct 1, 1999 1245
Expanding the View: A trick or two is all that's needed to create impressive CCD mosaics with Adobe Photoshop. Gendler, Robert; Gelber, Joel Jun 1, 1999 1846
Getting the Exposure. Boltwood, Paul Brief Article May 1, 1999 835
Automated step-focus astrophotography. Piini, Ernie Sep 1, 1998 849
Eclipse photography in the digital age. Pellett, Gerald L. Jan 1, 1998 1597
The Ansel Adams of the sky. Levy, David H. Dec 1, 1997 965
Digitally enhance your astrophotos. Lodriguss, Jerry Jul 1, 1997 2896
Bringing Comet Hale-Bopp home. Dyer, Alan Mar 1, 1997 2830
How to take sky photographs. Jan 1, 1997 2115
Comet photography for everyone. Di Cicco, Dennis; Robinson, Leif J. May 1, 1996 2365
Guiding for sky photography. Coco, Mark J. Aug 1, 1995 2621
Preflashing - hypering with light. Berson, Guy Jul 1, 1995 948
What's this? Focusing on thin air? Sinnott, Roger Column Jan 1, 1995 539
Images. Malin, David Dec 1, 1994 319
Capturing Jupiter on video. Sep 1, 1993 239
Photographing the Perseids. Cicco, Dennis di Column Aug 1, 1993 1083
Selecting a star for off-axis guiding. Pommier, Rod Feb 1, 1993 727
A good month for photographing the night sky. Mar 1, 1990 301

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