When it comes to astrophotography, Nightscapes are the most fun really. In a sense, it’s really just low light landscape photography with astronomical targets of interests in them. A DSLR, a fast camera lens, and a tripod is all you need. A sky tracker can allow you to go a little deeper, but I take the most pleasure out of single exposure images. One of the best parts of this type of photography too is the travel aspect, and I try do do some of this every time I leave town… and sometimes even in town too of course 😉
Star Trails to the South from the Florida Keys
The Evening Show Beckons!
Anybody Out There?
Just a quiet night at the beach
The Happy Campter
Welcome to the Winter Star Party, 2020!
Sunset at Kitt Peak
Shooting the Night
The Lone Imager
People of Haleakala
Listening in the Dark
Milky Way over Mather Point
My Favorite Time of the Day!
Milky Way over Haleakala
Air Glow over the Grand Canyon
Northern Lights over Grizzly Lodge
The core of our home galaxy, the Milky Way. Several reddish emission nebula are prominently displayed along ethereal fingers of dusty dark nebula.