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Available now: The Deep-sky Imaging Primer

After three years of hard work, I am proud to release my book on the process of astronomical imaging, The Deep-sky Imaging Primer.  If you’d like to learn more about how to create deep-sky images, this book covers everything from optics and sensors to Photoshop and autoguiding.  It’s packed with great information, starting with the fundamentals like signal and noise, moving through equipment considerations, and wrapping up with the details of image processing, including some start-to-finish examples.  It is full-color throughout, with over 90,000 words and almost 200 illustrations.

The book is available on Amazon.com or through this blog.  Click here or on the thumbnail at right to learn more!

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  1. Bill Becher
    May 8, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    Thank you for writing this book. I’m an astronomy newbie and have only read 33 pages and already I love it. The explanations are crystal clear. Learning the why behind astroimaging make the what to do stuff much more understandable. I have peeked ahead at gear sections. But no imaging atempts until I finish the book. I’m a recently in a wheelchair and moving to New Mexico. AP with your book in hand should be the perfect hobby.

    • May 14, 2013 at 6:56 pm

      You are welcome, Bill! Enjoy the book!

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