Category Archives: Astrophotography

Posts about my astrophotography

Cherry Springs

Seventeen hours by car from where I live, just north of the center of the state of Pennsylvania near the New York state line, you’ll see on the Google Earth dark sky overlay an area surrounded by blue, which indicates … Continue reading

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The Rokinon 14mm f/2.8

As a vendor in the astrophotography business I have access to a lot of premium gear for my use. But I do have to use my own money for much of my passion, and being that I’m not independently wealthy, … Continue reading

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Shooting the Aurora

This spring I had the opportunity to take a family vacation to Alaska where my youngest son is attending college. We stayed in and toured the areas around both Anchorage and Fairbanks – which was a good 8+ hour drive … Continue reading

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What I Did on my Summer Vacation

For Central Florida, the summer is a slow time for astrophotography. There’s virtually an embargo on starlight, it rains daily, and at night the humidity is very high, the sky a pasty white, and the bugs… don’t even get me … Continue reading

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