Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the night skies above this month
Feature The ultimate guide to capturing the 'great houses' and iconic petroglyphs of the Ancestral Puebloan city from the 9th to 12th centuries.
European astronaut Thomas Pesquet explains the challenges of taking photographs at night from the International Space Station
feature The 'secret' overlook, best times and other tips for capturing the spectacular 'mittens' of Arizona's iconic red rock desert
Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the night skies above this month, including the two eclipses
buying guide With two major solar eclipses coming up in North America, and Europe seeing one almost every year this decade, it’s time to get a eclipse close-up with the best solar binoculars
From two full moons and the Milky Way to the year’s best meteor shower and Saturn at opposition, here’s everything that's happening in the night sky this month
review This 378W/21,000mAh hours portable power station is ideal for recharging batteries and laptops for off-grid shoots
A four-minute total solar eclipse will be visible from within a 100 miles-wide path stretching from Mexico through the US and Canada. Here's when and where to go – and how to plan a trip.
How to Everything you need to know to photograph electrical storms and the moments that bolts of lightning strike Earth.
How to Everything you need to know to photograph the moment the sun ‘kisses the grid’ in New York City
update Vaonis follows up its Stellina and Vespera smart telescopes with the first telescope that uses a smartphone to photograph stars and solar eclipses
news eVscope smart telescopes get an optional solar filter in time for two solar eclipses in North America
news The new thumb-size shooter now comes with a larger Action Pod battery case that makes it look more like a GoPro
review By being both a clip-on wearable camera and a full-on action camera, the chameleonic Insta360 GO 3 is all about unique first-person POV
Utah has more Dark Sky Parks than anywhere in the world – and many other out-of-the-way places with zero light pollution
The use of artificial light to illuminate foregrounds and rock formations at night is increasingly frowned upon – and gradually being banned. Here's why – and what to do instead.
How ‘super panorama’ robotic rigs help photographer Nathan Myhrvold capture the northern lights in super-high resolution