You probably found this site because you’re passionate about getting started with astrophotography. Then you are now one of thousands of deep sky astrophotography enthusiasts who have embarked on the journey of a lifetime to capture the night sky.
If you’re working on improving your astrophotography techniques and skills, then this hobby requires you to know what equipment you’ll need and how to operate it under clear night skies. The goal of the Astronomical Guide website is to share astronomy knowledge and astrophotography skills. We love delving into anything about astronomy.
The posts on this site are meant to document our quest for great photos of the night sky and stars, while spending as little money as possible and helping others to do the same. Everything on this site is based on our own trial-and-error learning, interviews with other successful astrophotographers, or old-fashioned research based on books, videos, and other online sources.
Content for Astronomical Guide is focused on two main areas:
We provide step-by-step guides to things like how to photograph the stars and deep space objects based on expertise that comes from a network of astronomy photography experts.
We showcase the work of some of these expert astrophotographers to understand how they do what they do so well and share what we can learn from them.
Articles to help you learn astronomy and how to stargaze.
We review and assess the latest astronomy gear to give people what they need to know when buying and to recommend the best value equipment for all budgets. All recommendations are based on personal experience and/or conversations and research done with experts in the field.
If you have any questions about Astronomical Guide, please contact us. If you think there is something you’d like us to cover, then please get in touch.