Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Kirk Keyes

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Hello! I'm a long-time fan of astrophotography. I took my first photo of the Moon in 1975 as a twelve-year-old. For over 25 years, I photographed the landscape with 4x5 and 8x10 large format cameras. I've been shooting nightscapes since 2014. Also, I love to create time lapses. You can see my photos at www.keyesphoto.com

LRTimelapse PRO Timer 2.5 Intervalometer Review

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Every so often, you learn about a new product that makes you wonder, why didn't someone think of it sooner? For me, the LRTimelapse...

How to Photograph the 2020 Geminid Meteor Shower

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The Geminid meteor shower is arguably the best meteor shower of the year. The 2020 shower peak should occur during the early evening hours...

Milky Way Photography T-Shirts

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Get Ready to Photograph the Perseid Meteor Shower – August 11-13

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The Perseid meteor shower is possibly the best meteor shower of the year. It takes place from mid-July to near the end of August,...

Royce Bair’s “Your Photo Vision” YouTube Series

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World-renown night photographer, Royce Bair, has a new YouTube series on nightscape photography titled, "Your Photo Vision." Royce is also the person behind the...

Milky Way in May MindShift Backpack Contest Winner – Lisa Howard...

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Congratulations to Lisa Phillips, the winner of our Milky Way in May Mindshift Backpack Giveaway! Lisa's photo, "Yucca Bloom under Milky Way" won over...

Milky Way in May – MindShift Backpack Giveaway Part Four

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Last year, Think Tank Photo, the makers of Mindshift Gear, graciously sent us several of their MindShift’s BackLight® series camera backpacks to give away....

A Primetime Illusion – Nightscape Photography for a Record Album

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We have a guest article by Katie Robleski, who, along with her husband Chris, are the Flash Nites. Based in Milwaukee, WI, USA, the...

How to Photograph Orion

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Many Milky Way photographers put their cameras away during the winter months. It's not that it's too cold (although that's a good excuse in...

The Facebook Group for Milky Way Photographers

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