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My latest astrophotography guide is now available for purchase.

It shows, in easy step-by-step workflows, how to use Photoshop in as simple a way as possible to process astrophotos.
For more details, please see my Web site, where they are available for purchase.

All my guides are also available on Amazon.

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My next hands-on workshop is now available for booking.


9th June 2018

Our nearest star is an absolutely fascinating object, constantly changing and often takes us by surprise
when a nice eruption occurs.
The day will cover the equipment and techniques used for white-light and narrow band imaging of our nearest star.
We will then go through the process of taking images and then all hands-on using the various pieces of software used to get the very best out of them.
These include Sharpcap, AutoStakkert!, Registax and Photoshop (although other image processing packages can be used).

All software and images will be supplied on the day, but the day is even more rewarding
if you can bring you own images to work on.
Please note: All software runs on a Windows PC, so will not run on an Apple.

Cost is £30 for a full day of Viewing, Imaging, Tuition and Hands-on Practice.

Space is limited to 15 delegates so I can give as much attention as possible to each person.

Click here to visit my Web page to see the workshops now confirmed for 2018.

Keep looking for events and presentations I give around the country.
My Talk Schedule for 2018 – 19 is here.

Astrophotography Guides.
Following on from my extremely successful astrophotography workshops, I have been busy writing guides to further support some of the techniques that were covered during the day.

A Guide to Taking and Processing Webcam Images: Solar Imaging.bookcoversolarwebcamfrontcover

This A5 sized guide takes you step-by-step through the techniques used when capturing detailed solar images of the full disk, surface features and prominences, using a Hydrogen-Alpha telescope.

Don’t have a H-Alpha, telescope?
The techniques covered in this solar webcam imaging guide are the same as those used when capturing white-light images.

This guide costs £7:00, plus £1:50 postage and packing.
(UK only).
Please contact me if overseas postage is required.

Click the Paypal Button below to order your copy of the Solar Webcam Imaging Guide, which will be sent out to you by first class post.

(Please contact me before ordering if out of the UK, so I can find out postage costs).
Click here to order your Kindle copy.


My Guide to Stacking Images in Deep Sky Stacker is still available.

The printed booklet costs £7:00, plus £1:50 postage and packing (UK Only).
Please contact me if overseas.

Click on the Paypal link below to order your copy which will be sent to you by first class post.


Please contact me if overseas postage is required.

My guide is also available in Kindle format.
Click here to order your Kindle copy

Buy both guides and save £2:00

Order both guides for £12:00, plus £1:50 postage and packing.

Click the Paypal button below to buy both the Deep Sky Stacker and Solar Webcam Imaging guides at this combined price, saving £2:00.

Please contact me if overseas postage is required.

My Springer book, From Casual Stargazer to Amateur Astronomer is available from all good book stores, or directly from me at any of my talks.

I am really proud of it and from feedback I have had people really enjoy reading it and find lots of useful hints and tips when progressing in astronomy.

“Dave Eagle’s ‘From Casual Stargazer to Amateur Astronomer’ is a truly wonderful book” Kadri Tinn. AstroMadness.com.

I have read it twice now and I must say that it is simply the most valuable book I have read on the topic so far. Many thanks for lighting the way!” E Mail from satisfied reader.

If you bring a copy along to one of my talks, or buy one from me at my events, I’ll sign it for you and with my scribble, it will make it worth a far lot less than you paid for it. 🙂 

On these pages you will find my Astronomy Sky Diary, my best astronomy and wildlife images and some of our trip reports.


Any questions, comments or have I made a mistake? E Mail me: (Dave@eagleseye.me.uk)

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Please enjoy your visit and come back soon as new content is being added all the time.

Keep Looking Up!


Comet Lovejoy - 6th February 2015