Astro Photography Tutorials & More
AZSTARMAN Image Processing Tutorials by Bernard Miller. Bernard Miller has been doing astrophotography for over ten years. His pictures have been published in Astronomy Magazine, Sky and Telescope Magazine, NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD), and Amateur Astronomy Picture of the Day (AAPOD). This channel contains astrophotography image processing tutorials on various techniques he uses when processing his astronomy images. Each video contains a short tutorial on topics such as star mask generation, image sharpening, color enhancement, etc. He will add additional videos in the future. He may also add more detailed tutorials on processing an image from start to finish.
Patrioit Astro with mission to help others enjoy the amazing hobby of Astrophotography, has an extensive playlist of videos on using N.I.N.A. and N.I.N.A. plugins, plus a great number of videos on other interesting subjects like Building a Portable Telescope Solution, Building an Astro PC, Polar Alignment Solutions and much much more.
Peter Zelinka’s YouTube Channel is to help the average person learn more about astrophotography, without making it overly complicated. It covers Milky Way, Star Trails, and Deep Space. Along the way he uses different gear depending on one’s budget, all with the main idea – “make life easier”. He is very experienced with star trackers and offers course in them and go-to-mounts. He also has a gret course on usinf dedicated astro camera for deep sky imaging and on many tools such as PixInsight and Photoshop for an average user.
SMALL OPTICS YouTube Channel. It is called SMALL OPTICS because this is the 60 to 150mm club. You wont find big expensive telescopes or fancy equipment here, just entry level stuff. But SMALL OPTICS DOSE NOT MEAN SMALL UNIMPRESSIVE VIEWS! You can see, The Rings Of Saturn, Detail On Jupitar, Deep Sky Objects, Double Stars, and the moon. Videos in this channel cover how to photograph these objects with nothing more than a mobile phone and a small telescope. The channel has reviews of budget friendly quality equipment, tips-n-tricks, and much more.
The Digital Astronomer YouTube Channel is intended to chronicle experience of a beginner in Electronically Assisted Astronomy (or Digital astronomy). The channel shares useful information from amateur astronomers about the techniques and methods involved in this hobby.
Astrophotography from $100 to $10,000 by Nico Carver. Five astrophotography kits, one night, all pointed at the center of our galaxy! Join Nico on this adventure in astrophotography gear in a massive shootout!
The Perfect Starter Astrophotography Kit (Under $2K)by Trevor Jones. Watch the video or see the full article with details here: This Astrophotography Kit is Less Than $2K (and works amazing)
NO TRACKER – DEEP SKY Imaging from Tokyo! by Cuiv, The Lazy Geek Deep sky narrowband imaging… with just a camera and tripod! It’s quite different than usual, but man is it fun! Featuring Pentax Astrotracer technology! A narrowband image without any external star tracker or mount, just camera and tripod!
Forrest Tanaka (a bit old but great overview of equipment): Video on Youtube
James Lamb: Video on Youtube
Using Images of Others (Hubble Playlists) : Video on Youtube