This site is all about helping people to start or improve their astrophotography skills. Below is a list of the astrophotography tutorials, guides, and reviews I’ve written, neatly organized by topic. I try to make things straight, objective, and clear. If you consider it helpful, please share it with your friends, as this really helps me grow this site. Thank you!
Astrophotography Tips For Beginners – a collection of random astrophotography bits of advice. Regularly updated with new content.
Astronomy Apps For iPhone – best astrophotography apps for iOS. Weather forecast, planetary, FOV calculator, and more.
Astrophotography Software – coming soon!
Astrophotography Books – my collections of books about astrophotography. See what is worth to be in your library.
Astrophotography Post-Processing On MacOS – my post-processing workflow on MacOS.
SkyWatcher Evostar 72ED Review – my 420mm APO telescope reviewed. A fantastic telescope for a beginner astrophotographer.
Beginner Milky Way Photography Gear – minimum necessary equipment to take wide-field pictures of the Milky Way.
Petzl ACTIC CORE Headlamp Review – my astrophotography headlight of choice. A quick and concise review.
Fuji X-T20 Astrophotography Review – my main astrophotography imaging camera reviewed.
Fornax Lightrack II Review – coming soon!
Andromeda Galaxy (Messier 31, M31, NGC 224) – a classic target for every beginner astrophotographer. This large and bright galaxy is a perfect fit for a small (+-400mm focal length) APO refractor.
North America Nebula (NGC 7000) – a fantastic target for those who don’t own a telescope yet. It’s best to use a telephoto lens to capture all those colorful areas around North America (not American) Nebula.
Pleiades Star Cluster (Messier 45, M45, Seven Sisters) – probably the most recognizable star cluster around the world. Also, a fantastic astrophotography target for beginners!
Bode’s and Cigar Galaxies (M81 and M82) – a classic astrophotography target for the Spring galaxy season.
Orion Nebula – coming soon!
July 2018 Lunar Eclipse – my shots of the Blood Moon with Rokinon/Samyang 135mm f/2.0 and SMC Super Takumar 200mm f/4.