HOW TO GET STARTED IN ASTROPHOTOGRPAHY by Bill Hanagan

HOW TO GET STARTED IN ASTROPHOTOGRPAHY by Bill Hanagan
You can get started in astrophotography with just your current camera mounted on a tripod or a motorized telescope by taking wide field photographs of meteor showers, conjunctions, constellations, and star trails. As you move to progressively fainter and smaller subjects, you’ll need better equipment. Joining the AP SIG is a great way to learn what equipment you’ll need and what works well before you spend your money. If you are interested in joining the AP SIG, just click here.

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