FREE DOWNLOAD ☆ Making Every Photon Count

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Ested methods aimed at producing acceptable results early on by drawing on both the author's own experiences as a beginner and those whom he has assisted in the pastThe logical progression of an imaging

FREE DOWNLOAD Making Every Photon Count

Making Every Photon Count

Session and subseuent post processing of the images is explored in depth in an easy to read and understandable style with numerous illustrations and examples to lead the beginner through to advanced topi

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Aimed at the beginner to Deep Sky astro photography new concepts are explained in plain terms ensuring that the reader develops an understanding of the euipment and its use Advice is based on tried and t

3 thoughts on “Making Every Photon Count

  1. says:

    Enjoyable and informative read and a direct purchase from Steve comes with online resources as well This book touches on a lot of material and is divided up very well however to really maximize this book's potential to facilitate your learning curve I would encourage the reader to read each section making note of any concept they feel they don't fully understand or have any uestions about and research further For example when comparing pros and cons of DSLRs to mono chromatic CCDs there is a high level takeaway among others of greater sensitivity for the CCD Further research will yield comparatively why certain DSLRs are better than others what a Bayer matrix is and WHY it is relevant to this comparison what narrowband filters are for etc In other words this book will be a great introduction for you but it will also be a good way for you to generate some uestions that will help you learn the science behind the hobby which will allow you to identify worthwhile online astrophotography resources and communities formulate your own opinions and facilitate your buying process for your own euipment

  2. says:

    Good book However the author has an awesome observatory which can be seen in the book while I need someone to help me carry my telescopefml

  3. says:

    This is an incredibly useful and informative book for anyone even remotely interested in Deep Sky astrophotography the book does not cover planetary imaging Divided into easily digestible sections the book walks you through everything you need to know to start taking images of the heavens from simple DSLR based setups right through to multi filtered CCD imaging Processing is also covered in a wonderfully simple step by step as well as telescope collimation and even a small section on building a permanent back garden observatoryIf you've ever wanted to start capturing images of the amazing beauty that lies out there in the depths of space but just have no idea where to even start then I can't recommend this book highly enough Read it before spending even a single penny on euipment and it will almost certainly save you a small fortune on costly mistakes

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