Photo Wall

Welcome to the Photo Challenge. This is where you can share your images of a specific astronomical subject with other astronomers. 

Simply upload your images each month and then vote for the images you like best.

 

Producing colour-correct images of the planets can be a challenge for even the most experienced astrophotographers, which is why we've brought you a guide to how you can get the best results.

If you've produced any images you're particularly pleased with… here's your chance to show them...

In the sixth part of our astro imaging masterclass in the September 2011 issue of Sky at Night Magazine, we take deep-sky imaging to the next level, giving pointers on imaging with a mono CCD camera external filters, autoguiding and postprocessing.

Now it's your chance to show us what you...

In the fifth part of our astro imaging masterclass in the August 2011 issue of Sky at Night Magazine, we introduce deep-sky imaging, giving pointers on safety, equipment, technique and postprocessing.

Now it's your chance to show us what you can do, simply upload your best deep-sky image...

In the fourth part of our astro imaging masterclass in the July 2011 issue of Sky at Night Magazine , we show you how to take images of our local star, the Sun, giving pointers on safety, equipment, technique and postprocessing.

Now it's your chance to show us what you can do, simply...

In the third part of our astro imaging masterclass in the June 2011 issue of Sky at Night Magazine , we show you how to capture great shots of the Earth's seven neighbouring planets, giving pointers on equipment, technique and postprocessing with planetary and photo editing software.

Now...

In the second part of our astro imaging masterclass, we show you how to capture our nearest celestial neighbour in all its glory, taking great pictures of the Moon using a telescope, a mount and a webcam. We also give you the information you need about how best to use that equipment, and how to...

Show us your best animations of celestial objects, having followed our guide to animating your astro images in Part 2 of Image Processing - The Complete Guide.

In the first part of our six part series on astrophotography, we show you how to capture great pictures with simple-to-use, inexpensive equipment. A camera and a tripod is all you need to start taking photos of fantastic ‘nightscapes’ – big, wide-field views of the heavens encompassing things...

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