Because I saw this thread a few years ago on NS, I was inspired to get into star photography. It is by far my favorite kind of photography and I've learned a lot in the last couple years of shooting out here in Utah.
I'm taking a web design class and one of the assignments was to create a personal website on any topic of my choosing. I created Stellarshutter.com, a star photography tutorial website that takes you through the basics of how to take star photos, how to shoot the milky way, light painting and how to shoot and stitch timelapses at night in order to make star trail images, timelapse videos and progressive star trail videos.
I built this site to be beginner friendly in hopes that some people see it and find the same inspiration and curiosity that I did those years back here on Newschoolers.
Please check out my site and forward onto anyone who you think would enjoy it!
If you want to stay updated on the new shots I post, or just want to connect to a fellow NSer on Instagram, my name is @swaggermager
I'm also always looking for comprehensive feedback on how to get better.
Thanks for the inspiration Sequoia and everyone else who posted in that original thread!