Monday, July 4, 2022

Removing Planes from Your Star Trail Photos and Timelapses with Milky Way Mike

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Milky Way Mike, aka Mike Ver Sprill, is an expert at shooting star trails with digital cameras. He has a great video on removing planes from star trails, titled...
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Monday Motivation – Alyn Wallace’s YouTube Channel

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Every week, I am going to bring to you nuggets of Milky Way photography information that I find from around the web. These nuggets can include YouTube channels...
Light Pollution Filters, ©2021 George Liv Photo

Light Pollution Filters – Why We Use Them

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Gadget-wise, today, astro-imagers and amateur astronomers have never had it so good. At their disposal are many wonderful instruments and tools aiding and expanding their astronomical pursuits. At the...

Copyright 101 – The Basics

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***DISCLAIMER*** The following article does not constitute legal advice. If you need legal help, please locate a law firm that specializes in copyright law. Also, this article is based off...
Total Eclipse of the Moon. ISO 1600, f/16, 8.0 seconds. Single shot. Sony 200-600mm G lens with 2x teleconverter, effective focal length 1200mm. 4:15 AM 26 May 2021. Near Parkdale, OR, USA. 2021 Copyright Kirk D. Keyes

Is There an Eclipse Today? How to Plan and Photograph a Total Lunar Eclipse.

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The short answer to the question posed above is "yes" if today is May 15-16, 2022. It is the first of two total lunar eclipses in 2022 - so...

Milky Way Photography Safety and Security Tips

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Milky Way photography, the boondocks, and weird hours go hand in hand. There are thousands of discussions and articles that cover techniques and post-processing. What is lacking, though, is discussions about safety and security. With the prime Milky Way season kicking off here in North America, now is an excellent time to visit safety and security tips for Milky Way photography.
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Monday Motivation – Moon Window of Opportunity

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Basic Milky Way photography is pretty simple. Sure, some things that go into the process such as location, weather, and moon research. Overall though, once you have done it...
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Monday Motivation: Alan Dyer / Amazing Sky

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Alan Dyer is a name that's probably familiar to people that have been interested in astrophotography for more than ten years. Alan is the author of numerous astronomy articles,...
SpaceX Dragon Human Launch 2020

SpaceX Launch from American Soil was a Huge Success!

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With today's SpaceX launch, SpaceX and NASA have successfully completed the PINNACLE MOMENT of what was imagined long ago at the onset of the Commercial Crew Program. Launching astronauts...

Aurora Photography – Single, Stacked, and Tracked. OH MY!

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Today we have amazing technology that allows us to capture many beautiful phenomena - digital cameras have progressed at an astounding rate over the past decade. When you think...