Steve Warbis joins us to tell us about “quick astrophotography under a light-polluted sky”. This is one of Steve’s most popular talks and has launched hundreds of astrophotographers on an adventure in capturing the skies above.
An explanation and illustration of the very simple photography methods, and very quick and basic processing techniques, that enabled me as a relative beginner to capture, in just a few minutes each, all the Messier Catalogue Objects under very challenging sky conditions.
‘inspirational … brilliant … amazing … a great great talk … terrific work and tips! … excellent techniques … excellent presentation!’
‘Highly recommended – this is what got me to start astrophotography’ Peter Williamson FRAS
Steve joins us in person on Wednesday 25th October at the Herschel Museum of Astronomy at 7:30pm. Doors open at 7:15pm.
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