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Adrien Mauduit – Astro Timelapse Master

Adrien Mauduit blurs the lines between deep space astrophotography and landscape astrophotography. Born and raised in France, now a resident of Norway, Adrien is known for making...
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Monday Motivation: Alan Dyer / Amazing Sky

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...
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Monday Motivation: Brad Goldpaint

When I'm looking for some Monday Motivation, I often go right to the best. Who and what are the "best" is often debated, but I think it's...

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

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...
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Introduction to the World of Time-Lapse Photography

Let's face it, even though we are photographers video is cool and can tell a story. I was inspired early in my photography journey by a local...
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Future Proof Your Milky Way Photos

My biggest regret in my astrophotography journey is not taking more photos. I’m always looking through my old images thinking, “I wish I would have done this...

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