Starry Nights 2017: Astral Landscape Photography by Jack Fusco: 16-Month Calendar September 2016 through December 2017 Calendar – Wall Calendar, August 15, 2016
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About the Author
Jack Fusco's photography started as a way to purely document travels throughout the United States and Europe, but it has become a main form of creative expression. Too often we pass by natural beauty or fail to appreciate the things we are surrounded by every day.
Through his photography, he hopes to preserve what has been forgotten and renew that which we have grown accustomed to. Recently, his work has focused on the landscape-astrophotography field. This style of photography takes many notes from both astronomy and traditional landscape photography and then combines the two. Hours are spent planning shots out days, weeks and sometimes even months in advance to make sure all of the elements align properly. Being able to capture the sense of wonder and vastness that we can feel while staring out in a star filled sky is a feeling unmatched.
Jack has won several awards for his photography, including:
The Weather Channel - Interivew / Feature - 5/9/2014
NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day -A View From The Zone - 3/7/2014
Chasing New Jersey - TV Interview/Feature - Home At The Shore - 2/19/2014
Yahoo! News - Stargazing in the Canadian Rockies Feature - 1/31/2014
EarthSky - Stargazing in the Canadian Rockies Feature - 1/30/2014
National Geographic - Stargazing in the Canadian Rockies Featured on Home Page - 12/23/2013
National Geographic - Stunning TImelapse: Wonders of the Canadian Rockies - 12/23/2013
LA Times - Interview / Timelapse Feature - 12/23/2013
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*Note: I erroneously wrote a review for him last year at the site of the wrong photographer -- Grant Collier, whose photography isn't as exceptional.