Astrophotography is Easy! Basics for Beginners

Gregory I. Redfern
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Adding astrophotography as a hobby is easy with this guide of the basics for beginners.
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Adding astrophotography as a hobby is easy with this guide of the basics for beginners. 

The author begins by walking through the basics of taking photos using just a regular camera, or even a cell phone camera. Included in this book are checklists, safety guidelines and proven techniques to ensure the best possible images. Each chapter builds upon the last to help readers master their own picture taking skills. Also included are a list of additional resources so readers can expand their knowledge and skills.

Author: Gregory I. Redfern
Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 461
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
2 Cameras
3 Lenses
4 Telescopes
5 Imaging Methods with Your Telescope
6 Mountings
7 Software and Other Vital Accessories
8 Astrophotography Rules to Live By
9 Getting Acquainted with the Sky
10 Location Matters
11 It’s Astrophotography Time!
12 The Sun
13 The Moon
14 Eclipses
15 The Stars and Planets
16 International Space Station and Satellites
17 Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, Fireballs, Bolides,and Meteor Showers
18 Aurorae and Glows in the Sky
19 The Milky Way
20 Deep Sky Objects
21 Process, Print, and Post Your Astropics
22 The Astrophotography Bug
23 Suggested Reading and Internet Links
Appendix A Chapter 2 Modes and Camera Recommendations
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