New projects


In a cloudy sky, I managed to capture the only planetary occultation of the year. The image shows the moment when the planet Venus is about to enter behind the Moon.


A truly magnificent flame pillar looking fler was in front of my telescope. Like a graceful figure dancing on the sun, both hands raised and hair swirling down his back.

Aerial photography


From the hills of Balaton Highlands to Adriatic Sea… we can enjoy the beautiful view of the nature.



I believe you do not need to visit exotic places to capture beautiful moments. Somtimes the best shots are to be found locally, even around your home. Silence, mist, sunlight, fog, sailboats, ruins, birds, water, hills.

Explore my astrophotohraphy!

Surf through the wonders of the Universe and find some colorful deep space pictures.

Former projects


The autumn period brought good seeing, and it was worth photographing the planets.

NGC 281

NGC 281, is a bright emission nebula and part of an H II region in the northern constellation of Cassiopeia and is part of the Milky Way’s Perseus Spiral Arm.


Barnard 344 is a dark nebula appearing in the constellation Cygnus. It appears roughly 7.0 x 7.0 arcminutes in size. .

NGC 7023

The Iris Nebula (also known as NGC 7023 and Caldwell 4) is a bright reflection nebula in the constellation Cepheus.

River of Stars

A special video project, a kind of summary from my astrophotos of the last decade. It is only 4 minutes with 4k resolution. We are many amateurs who enjoy cosmos at home, relaxing, while putting a whole serious amount of work on the table. This is how the 2010s looked to me.



These cosmic clouds have blossomed 1,300 light-years away in the fertile starfields of the constellation Cepheus. Called the Iris Nebula, NGC 7023 is not the only nebula to evoke the imagery of flowers.


Universo Mágico astronomy portal has chosen my latest photo as a featured image. This is now my 12th image chosen by the site since 2017.



  • Astro-Physics 206EDF Starfire
  • 300/1200 home made Newtonian
  • RASA 11″ Schmidt-Cassegrain astrograph
  • Sky-Watcher 355/1600 Dobson
  • Fornax 150 and Sky-Watcher EQ-6 mounts
  • ZWO ASI cameras
  • ZWO ASI filters
  • ZWO ASIAIR full system package

Check it out!

Coming soon

Deep sky photography, as a special area of astrophotography, requires a great deal of time spent in preparation and planning. As a result of the unusually long exposition time needed, ideally I am able to shoot one object per month, twelve a year at the most. However, as the weather is not always on my side, my dreams often don’t realise, but remain plans for future years. This means that I must plan ahead and prepare detailed shooting plans for 3 and 6-month periods, taking into consideration the travel routes of objects, climate conditions and the Moon phases. Not to mention my private appointments as well…

It happened earlier...


Family holiday in Slovenia – with lots of beautiful pictures from land and air.



ZWO has chosen an image of the Tiger Eye galaxy as its image of the week. (ZWO Astronomy Picture of the week /#24 / 2023.)


Click and enjoy some wonderful and inviting pictures from our trips with my family. Our world is one amazing place, we tried to capture something unique from each country.

Aerial moments

I believe you do not need to visit exotic places to capture beautiful moments. Somtimes the best shots are to be found locally, even around your home. I like it here. Silence, mist, sunlight, fog, sailboats, ruins, birds, water, hills.

Awards and publications
Ars poetica
About me

Hello and welcome to my astrophotography and aerial photography page! I am Lóránd Fényes Hungarian photographer, member of the Hungarian amateur astrophotographer community.

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