Websites that are very helpful for beginners and advanced Astrophography
Doug Hubbell at MyAstroImages.com
This a Great Site with So Much Info. Doug was there to teach me when I first Started and His Videos and Feedback are Invaluable. If you are just Starting to Learn then Go Here and Go to His YouTube Channel Below
Website with a wealth of Videos for both the amateur and the advanced photographer. Site includes a Forum Page to talk with Doug and Others to Help You.
Doug Hubbell's YouTube Page
Just a ton of How To Videos for the Beginner to the Advanced
Trevor Jones at AstroBackyard
Trevor is another Great Help to all of Us and I Owe Him a Debt of Gratitude. His site is Full of Great Info so Please Visit Him
Website with Video Tutorials and Tips on how to get started in DSLR & CCD Astrophotography
What is AstroBackyard?
AstroBackyard is an astrophotography blog that creates an outlet for me to share images, information, and tips about my favorite hobby. I received lots of help when I began my photography journey in 2011, and it’s my turn to pay-it-forward to the next wave of astrophotographers. I have watched the hobby grow in the short years that I have been involved. There are more options, information, and astrophotography equipment out there now than ever before. The one aspect that does not change is a love for the night sky. The story behind the sites name is that the backyard is where I began my journey, and where I still spend the most time under the stars.
The one aspect that does not change is a love for the night sky. The story behind the sites name is that the backyard is where I began my journey, and where I still spend the most time under the stars. Traveling to new locations around the continent with much darker skies is great but happens a handful of times a year. My backyard is my personal window to the heavens, and it’s where I connect with the universe.