Events tagged with Photography

Astrophotography Special Interest Group Meeting

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Open to Public

Type: Astrophotography

Keywords: Photography Astrophotography Pixinsight Nightscape Dslr

Held on: Dec 12, 2017 (Tue) at 07:00 PM to Dec 12, 2017 (Tue) at 09:00 PM

Speaker: TBD

Location: Red Barn Classroom at the Museum of Flight 9404 E Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98108

Event Coordinator: Matt Dahl

 This group meets to discuss imaging and processing techniques. No experience or special equipment required!

Meets second Tuesday of the month in the Red Barn Classroom at the Museum of Flight.

 

Shown in date descending order.

  • DEC
    09

    Astrophotography Meeting

    Tue at 07:30 PM SAS Members Only

    Hello, This month Andy will be discussing auto guiding for astrophotography. Please bring your questions and experiences, along with what has worked for you and what has not. See you there.

  • NOV
    11

    Astrophotography Imaging with DSLRs

    Tue at 07:30 PM SAS Members Only

    The monthly AP meeting will restart this month, 11-11 at the Red Barn room of the Museum of Flight. Andy will present work flow around an imaging session - choosing a target, getting ready at home, setting ... more

  • JUL
    16

    The Night Sky in 37,400 Exposures

    Wed at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    In 2010, Seattle astrophotographer Nick Risinger set out traveling to dark sky sites around the world with the goal of creating the largest true color all-sky survey. After logging 60,000 miles and dozens ... more

  • MAY
    27

    Astrophotography group meeting

    Tue at 07:00 PM Open to Public

    The meeitng will focus on the following topics: - Planning your astro-imaging session for success. - Choosing the right target - Preparing your imaging equipment; telescope, imaging equipment or DSLR, ... more

  • MAY
    21

    Astrophotography Basics

    Wed at 07:30 PM Open to Public

    Astronomy magazines and websites are full of incredible photos of the night sky taken by amateurs. Have you ever wondered how they captured these images? Astrophotographer and SAS member Andy Ermolli will ... more