Matt Payne Photography Blog: Learning Deep Sky Astro Landscape Photography

November 28, 2018

Welcome to Episode 084 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast with Andrew Klinger! Andrew is a deep-sky astrophotographer living in the Dallas Ft. Worth area. Andrew has totally geeked out in the pursuit of photographing the night sky and uses a dedicated astronomy camera to capture amazing images of deep sky objects such as nebulae and galaxies.

We went really deep into the technical aspects of astrophotography this week, including:

1. How to start deep-sky astrophotography.

2. Using telescopes, trackers, mounts, and more with your camera. Andrew recommends the Orion Sirus Mount.

3. How to post-process night sky photographs using PixInsight, Sequator, and DeepSkyStacker.

4. Answers to questions posed in our Facebook group.

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To learn more about Andrew, check out his online presence:



Here is the photographer that Andrew recommended for the podcast:

1. Rogelio Bernal Andreo.

2. Trevor Jones.

3. Warren Keller.

Some examples of Andrew's photography can be seen below.

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