Jupiter and Saturn both reached opposition in July this year. This is the point when the Earth is pretty much in a direct line between a planet and the Sun, so we get a  fully illuminated view of the planet.

I haven't had the telescope out much this year, but the nights were clear, and the seeing was pretty good, so it was too good an opportunity to miss...

The black disc on Jupiter is the shadow of Ganymede, one of Jupiter's moons. You can see Ganymede just to the left of the shadow.

Jupiter 15 07 2020  Saturn 15 07 2020

Both of these images were taken using a ZWO ASI 290MC Colour camera and Teleview 2.5x Powermate, connected to a Skywatcher 14" Goto Dobsonian telescope. Roughly 30 seconds of video was taken for each planet, at 15 frames per second, and the videos were processed in PiPP, Autostakkert, Registax, and Photoshop.