Photography by Jez Hughes | Astrophotography & Starscapes
Jez Hughes is a UK astrophotographer, photographing the universe, from galaxies and nebula, our home The Milky Way and our neighbours in the Solar System.
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Astrophotography & Photography. I’m Jez Hughes, photographing the universe, from galaxies and nebula, our home The Milky Way and our neighbours in the Solar System. You can check out my photos here, and read some posts on astrophotography on my blog.

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This is a reasonably short introduction to processing astrophotography images, specifically DSO’s using layer masks in Photoshop. The process is quite complex at first, but as with all processing, the more you do it and practice, the easier it becomes, and the better the results. This tutorial is essentially creating......

I recently did a blog post on creating false colour solar images using Photoshop’s duotone and thought I’d extend it further into another interesting technique which puts a new spin on the method. With this process we are doing a pretty simple thing – essentially inverting the image. In doing......

I recently purchased a Vixen Polarie, a nifty little box which takes the role of an equatorial mount, with the ability to be fixed on any tripod and have a DSLR or small scope mounted on it. It’s a perfect travel companion and can go anywhere. I was bringing it......

“In Saturn’s Rings’ is a new IMAX film set to release this year. The first trailer debuts some of the 3D film composed from over 1,000,000 photographs from over 25 space missions. There’s no CGI in here at all, which is pretty impressive given the complexity and detail of the......