BBC Sky at Night Magazine Masterclass: Night sky photography with a DSLR camera with Charlotte Daniels
Amateur astronomer and experienced astrophotographer Charlotte Daniels will look at how to get
great photos of the night sky with a DSLR camera.
She’ll cover the targets that are ideal if you’re just starting out, such as wide-field shots of constellations, nightscapes and star trails, and look 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 is an astronomy journalist, DSLR astrophotographer and image processor, and a seasoned equipment reviewer for BBC Sky at Night Magazine.
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.
Check your email for a confirmation and link to attend the live session.