Anyone who attempts astrophotography will soon learn that every step of it involves a steep learning curve- including the final stage of image processing. It’s not as simple as adjusting color or contrast then cropping the image for the final presentation. A good quality image that makes the most of your time spent with your telescope and camera is the result of an effective workflow involving software tools and processing methods. This is where astro-imaging expert Adam Block can help.
New “Dimensions of Photoshop” tutorial now available!
You have invested heavily in the ideal astrophotography setup. You have spent numerous hours perfecting your techniques for acquiring the best images possible through your camera at the telescope. The goal is a masterpiece that you can showcase with pride for all of your hard work and investment.
We are super excited to announce availability of the planetary imaging tutorial, High Resolution Astrophotography. This exceptional tutorial is a new DVD release from award-winning imager Damian Peach whose work is an inspiration to astrophotography enthusiasts all over the world.
As a professional photographer and confirmed astro geek I have been asked if a telescope is better than a long telephoto lens. First of all: there is no clear “better” between telescopes and telephoto lenses, it all depends on what you need it for.