The Moon seems to hang in the sky over the Superdome and skyline of New Orleans in this composite exposure. This book on CD-ROM for beginning astrophotographers explains how to take beautiful images with your digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera using simple step-by-step techniques that anyone can learn.
You will see how easy it is to take great pictures with very modest equipment and basic methods that are within everyone's ability.
With this book you will learn how to take amazing images of the night sky with your DSLR camera.
It also tells you on how to process your images in Photoshop, with step-by-step directions that will produce beautiful results. This book on CD-ROM will show you how to take planetary images with your Live-View equipped DSLR. It also tells you on how to process your images in programs like RegiStax and AutoStakkert!

The CD-ROM also includes more than 100 minutes of video tutorials on image processing, a searchable index, references, formulas and calculators for planetary photography.
A sortable master list of objects includes 500 of the best and most photogenic galaxies, nebulae, supernovae remnants, stars, star clusters and constellations. Images of more than 275 select objects visible from the northern hemisphere are displayed on individual pages with photographic information and details about these objects. Don't waste your long and hard efforts at astrophotography - find out how thousands of others just like you have gotten excellent results by using these books. These photographs, text and web page designs are © Copyright 1974 - 2015 Jerry Lodriguss, unless otherwise noted.
I have collected a significant amount of photos and memories and Blondie at worldz end is my way of sharing my travelling experiences with you. It explains how digital cameras work in more technical detail and gives step-by-step directions for more advanced imaging techniques.

It explains the basics of high-resolution planetary imaging and gives step-by-step directions on how to shoot exciting pictures the Sun and Moon and fascinating planets like Jupiter, Saturn and Mars.
I made just about every mistake you could make when I was first starting out and did not know what I was doing. They may not be reproduced, published, copied or transmitted in any form, including electronically on the Internet or World Wide Web, without written permission of the author. The third is for astrophotographers who want to learn how to use their DSLR cameras for high-resolution planetary imaging. Thank you for respecting the intellectual property rights protected by the copyright laws of the United States and new International Copyright Treaty.

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