Category Archives: Astrophotography

Posts about my astrophotography

The Evening Show

I just released on iBooks my first digital book, which is also my first book on Astrophotography. I’ve long been an opponent of self-publishing, and now that I’ve done it, does that make me a hypocrite? No, it means I’ve … Continue reading

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Astrophotography Highlight – The Cygnus Loop

As Summer draws to a close we find Cygnus the Swan nearly directly overhead by astronomical twilight. Cygnus is a narrowband wonderland overflowing with emission objects for both small and large fields of view. One fine example is the Cygnus … Continue reading

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Astrophotography Highlight – June 2018

Messier 13 – The Hercules Globular Cluster The summer is not just galaxy season, it’s also globular cluster season! Most globular clusters are located in the halo of the Milky Way and while a few can be found amongst the … Continue reading

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Shoot for the Moon!

For the April 2018 Astrophotography Highlight I’m going to go for some low hanging fruit and talk about shooting the moon!  If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard a fellow astrophotographer lament that the moon was up… … Continue reading

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