BBC Sky at Night Magazine Masterclass: Imaging the deep sky from towns and cities with Peter Jenkins
Astronomy Photographer of the Year shortlisted imager and Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society Peter Jenkins will share his wealth of deep-sky imaging experience to reveal how to deal with urban skies and uncover deep-sky treasures such as nebulae and galaxies through photography.
Thu, 25/11/2021 · 7:00 PM
London (GMT 0:00)
Why we use mono and cooled cameras to cut through light pollution
The part filters play in reducing the effects sky glow in astro images
Colour mapping – what it is and why it’s important
A deep-sky imaging setup – equipment for deep-sky imaging
Guiding and stacking software explained
Essential tips for post-processing final touches to images
Peter Jenkins is a retired pro photographer and an astro imaging tutor who has been shortlisted in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition.
Chris Bramley is the Editor of BBC Sky at Night Magazine. A journalist by training, he has been covering space and astronomy since 2005 and has headed up the magazine's editorial team since 2011.
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