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Getting Started: Budget Astrophotography Paperback – March 15, 2014
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"It is an excellent resource for those starting out in AP but needing to stick to a budget" - Ray Shore - Astrophotography Tonight website
"Whether you want to start imaging objects in the sky with your smartphone, point-n-shoot camera, DSLR, webcam, or dedicated imager, this book tells you what you need to know." - Michael L. Weasner - Weasner's Mighty ETX Website, Cassiopeia Observatory
"An all around invaluable guide for both the start-up or novice astrophotography enthusiast." - Michael Gagnon - Professional author, illustrator and teacher
"If you are thinking of astrophotography then you will love this book." - Sonya Ward - Astrophotographer
From the Back Cover
From the author of Getting Started: Long Exposure Astrophotography and the Messier Astrophotography Reference comes a book showing you how to produce wonderful astrophotos without the astronomical costs normally associated with the hobby. From a DSLR, to a point and shoot, and even using your phone, you can capture beautiful images of the sun, moon, clusters, galaxies and nebulae without breaking the bank.
A complete image processing walkthrough is included using only freely downloadable software.
Discussed inside are telescopes, adapters, do-it-yourself projects, software and processing techniques to help you photograph the skies without spending a fortune.
Already have a telescope or other equipment? No problem, it will help you make the most of what you already have as well as show you what you can buy or make yourself to improve your images.
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That astro-photography is so involved is something that i did not know, and I realise that it may take me quite some while before I get into it
I like that he gives us lots of resources to explore, and that he keeps the budget aspect in mind
A must read for anyone who wants to delve into this field