Amateur astronomer and experienced astrophotographer Charlotte Daniels will look at how to get great photos of the night sky with a DSLR camera.

In this Masterclass, Charlotte covers the targets that are ideal if you’re just starting out, such as wide-field shots of constellations, nightscapes and star trails, and she looks at how DSLR photography can be a great way in to deep-sky imaging for more experienced photographers.
Thu, 28/10/2021 · 7:00 PM London (GMT 1:00)
  • The benefits of using a DSLR camera to photograph the skies
  • The night-sky targets a DSLR brings within your reach
  • Equipment and accessories to use with your DSLR – tripods, trackers and filters
  • When to swap a photo lens for a telescope, and why
  • How to create panoramas of the night sky
  • Adding the finishing touches to photos with image processing software
Charlotte Daniels
Charlotte Daniels is an astronomy journalist, DSLR astrophotographer and image processor, and a seasoned equipment reviewer for BBC Sky at Night Magazine.
Chris Bramley
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.