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"As a guy with a camera, I found this book to be a real eye opener as to what I was doing wrong. The author goes in to great detail about the subject.Now it's time to get out there ! FIVE STARS" - Mike Coleman.
"Excellent book, Thank you Steve Rutherford!"
"Thank you Steve Rutherford for putting together such a excellent book with extreme details! I love this book and hope to capture few good images as a result of this." - Jatinkumar.
"Great way to learn about photographing the night sky! Using this guide as a way to learn more about photography." - Judy Hinton
From the Author
This book is a valuable guide where I've compiled my 15+ years of photography experience into a single guide to Photograph the Night Sky like a Pro for the complete beginner through to those of you who are a little more advanced.
I've included lots of easy to find, quick reference points, with icons detailing - *Flaming hot tips on a particular subject or technique; *Technical explanations in an easy to understand way, to help you with the science and mechanics behind your camera; *Tonnes of visual examples for shooting at night and techniques using my own photography.
Enjoy How to Photograph the Night Sky like a Pro, and all the other books in the series.
File Size: 7485 KB
Print Length: 111 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Steve Rutherford; 1 edition (January 2, 2014)
Very much a technical description of astronomical photography that would be invaluable to someone interested in that specific area. For myself, it provided to little direction for more general pursuits, like replicating the cover photo. Now if you want to photograph the Crab Nebula thus is your book. I managed to grab my copy for free though, so no complaints. And should I ever manage to get my hands on an equatorial camera mount, I will definitely reference this title.