Slew of Satellites Below Venus – Canon EOS R Camera

well I had shut off the video portion and was taking pictures of Venus when I saw these satellites going by one right after another so I’m guessing they’re the StarLink ones they seemed to be further apart. Movie Vertigo, he gets some great shots of the ISS and the Starlink satellites here, and they’re Read more…

How to PHOTOGRAPH THE MILKYWAY and stars IN 2 MINUTES

You will need a tripod and a camera with a manual mode setting next you need to wait for the new moon and this is approximately two weeks after a full moon and you obviously need some clear skies as well find a good dark location near you with the www.lightpollution map.info the darker the Read more…

Moon 42% Lit & Venus 62% – Constellations & Nebulas on 3 Cameras

We have our Atomos Ninja Flame here, it’s a 7-inch external monitor recorder and this here is the Tascam whatever numbers and letters, it’s ah an external mic also that big hairy monster up there with the Nikon p1000 the SkyWatcher AZ- GTI go to mount, that’s how it’s powered and, there we go in Read more…

Venus, Sirius & Betelgeuse – Canon 80D Camera & Tamron 18-400mm Lens

Alrighty, well hello there finally we have something to see over here. I didn’t think it’d clear out today but the clouds parted and we have Venus over here in the western sky, looks like it’s about three-quarters full, kind of a sideways teardrop over there and here we are on Sunday February 16th 2020 Read more…

69% Lit Moon in Mucky Skies – Nikon P1000 Camera, No Tracking Mount

All right let’s give this a go. Well hello there – finally! here we are on the 3rd of February 2020 I’m not sure what time it is but nearing about 5:30 p.m. I think, up here in Northeastern Ohio anyway, we’re just out here testing at the moment with the Nikon P1000 and we Read more…

How Art Inspired the Google Pixel 4 Camera | Inside Story

Marc: Computational photography has been defined and redefined many times. When I first made up the phrase for a course that I was teaching at Stanford what I meant was somehow combining a bunch of images together in the computer to make one, better image. Marc: The reason that we started combining multiple images to Read more…

Orion Nebula & Venus – Canon EOS R Camera & Canon 70-200mm F/2.8 III Lens

Well hello there, here we are on Monday, I believe it’s January 20th, 2020, up here in Northeastern Ohio and we finally have a clearing my goodness, this has been a terrible year so far, it’s just been clouds and snow and ice and everything else and it’s bitter cold out here so we’re not Read more…

Deep Sky Astrophotography – Equipment Overview and Setup

hello my name is Nico and welcome to my channel I specialize in deep sky Astro photography especially emission nebula this video is all going to be about how I set up my equipment for a successful night of imaging and I’ll also go through each piece of equipment and explain how it works and Read more…

Can You See The Stars As Well As Your Camera?

This episode was brought to you by Skillshare Despite what I say on this channel, human vision is quite amazing – we may not have the sharpest vision, or the best colour vision, or the best night vision of the animal kingdom, but we do have a remarkable balance of all three – a jack Read more…

Moon 83% Lit in the ESE Sky – Nikon P1000 Camera

Well hello there, today is Monday January 6th, 2020 up here in Northeastern Ohio and we have an 83% moon rising over here in the east-southeast sky and right now we’re on the Nikon P1000 go in a bit okay and we’re recording onto the Atomos Ninja Flame and using the SkyWatcher telescope mount to Read more…