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Old 14-05-2020, 08:37 AM
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Astrophotography Techniques and Discussion Interview

Hi Folks,

I was interviewed online yesterday with Adam Williams Photography on youtube.

Adam is a professional landscape photographer and with around 12,000 subscribers on his daily photography channel so it was fun to present Astrophotography to his global audience.

This is the same presentation based on one I was to present in New York at NEAIC earlier this year this year, until Covid-19 cancelled everything!

Check it out! We talk AP techniques, cameras, telescopes, Narrowband, Broadband, APP, PS, shooting under LP, UFO's, Life on other planets etc! It was very popular with people tuning in from all over the world, with some great positive feedback too!

HERE is the LINK

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Old 18-05-2020, 03:55 PM
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nice one Andy - and a nice presentation.


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Old 18-05-2020, 06:03 PM
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That was really good Andy, some fantastic images you have shown on the video. Certainly inspirational for someone not familiar with AP.

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