15 Stunning Stars and Moon Pictures

There is in no way a shortage of stars and moon pictures on the internet.  We spent a little time, ok maybe a lot of time, going through them and picked out our favorites. If you have captured your own amazing star and moon photos, share them in our photo gallery!

Image by James Wheeler from Pixabay


Image by ELG21 from Pixabay


Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay


Shutterstock image by Romolo Tavani


Image by JPierre Desvigne from Pixabay


Image by jplenio from Pixabay


Shutterstock image by Sergey Nivens


Image by Noel Bauza from Pixabay


Image by Norbert Pietsch from Pixabay


Image by Darkmoon_Art from Pixabay


Shutterstock image by Photo_imagery


Image by Ahmed Radwan from Pixabay


Shutterstock image by Denis Belitsky


Image by jplenio from Pixabay


Shutterstock image by Josip Ninkovic


Want to take great photos of the moon and stars photos?  We have a few tutorials that may help:

Night Photography
Night photography may seem tricky, but it’s easier than you think. In this tutorial you will learn 5 quick night photography tips to shine a light on shooting photos in the dark.


How to Take Night HDR Photos
High Dynamic Range or HDR Exposure Merge lets you combine two or more photos of the same scene that were taken with different exposure settings. For high-contrast scenes, such as sunsets or other backlit situations, it means that you can pull the perfect exposure for the foreground, mid-ground, and background into one image. Taking photos for HDR processing takes a little planning but the results are worth it. In this tutorial you will learn how to create an awesome nighttime HDR photo!


How to Lighten Night Photos
Lightening up dark night photos is easy in PaintShop Pro, once you get to know how to use Fill Light/Clarity.  In this tutorial you will learn how to brighten up your night photos with Fill Light/Clarity, Noise Removal and Smart Photo Fix.

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    • gilliandarby says

      Hi Richard,

      If you click on the link below each image it will take you to the stock sites that these images were sourced from. There you can see the license terms for using and sharing the photos. In general, the images from Shutterstock require you to have an account to purchase and use the photos, whereas most of the images from Pixabay are free to use and share, with some exceptions.

      Best regards,
      The Discovery Center team

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