In this on-location vlog, Ian Norman brings us along on a full night of shooting at Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, Florida with the Sigma fp and fpL cameras as he tries his hand at some tracked astrophotography using the Move Shoot Move Star Tracker.Continue reading “Tracked Astrophotography with the Sigma fp L and the Move Shoot Move Star Tracker”
Follow me to Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park in Florida to shoot on the new Sigma 20mm and 24mm f/1.4 DG DN Art Lenses.Continue reading “Video: Astrophotography with the Sigma 20mm and 24mm f/1.4 DG DN Art Lenses – Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, FL”
The Sigma 105mm f/1.4 Art lens changed the way I do landscape photography.Continue reading “Sigma 105mm f/1.4 Art Review: Icelandic Landscapes”
I just had a great time talking about all kinds of astrophotography topics with John Chidgey on the latest episode of the Pragmatic Podcast. In this nearly 2 hour episode, we discuss star trackers, near infrared h-alpha astrophotography, light pollution filters, focusing techniques and post-processing techniques like stacking. You can listen to The Pragmatic Podcast Episode 101 on The Engineered Network or click the play button below:
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Check out our quick astrophoto comparison of the Rokinon Samyang AF 18mm f/2.8 FE Lens and the Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 for Sony E mount.Continue reading “Rokinon Samyang AF 18mm f/2.8 FE vs. Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 Astrophotography Lens Review”
This quick guide outlines the gear you’ll need to build your own long lens panorama tripod head suitable for large format panorama creation.Continue reading “DIY: Building Your Own Large Format Panorama Head”
Albert Dros has been a great friend to Lonely Speck over the last few years, sharing with us his experiences shooting landscape astrophotography around the world. We had the pleasure of meeting him in his native environment of the Netherlands when we traveled through Europe last spring. A few weeks ago, Albert messaged me about his plans to photograph the Milky Way behind an erupting volcano. In this article, Albert Dros recounts his personal experience planning and shooting the Fuego Volcano in Guatemala.