Many astronomers are unaware of how to obtain the best results from their telescopes. For those interested in photographing the Sun, Moon and planets, this volume provides the complete reference. This guide is packed with practical tips on how to obtain the highest resolution and provides a wealth of stunning images by the world's best amateurs, showing just what can be achieved. Individual chapters describe the various types of telescopes, the most suitable equipment to photograph a given subject, and recommend films and techniques in developing and printing. Also given are short biographies of key high resolution astrophotographers, both past and present, and an extensive bibliography of further reading. This guide provides both a wealth of sound, practical techniques and a unique portfolio of Solar System images--an inspiring handbook for any amateur astronomer.We would like to be able to use high quality teleconverters. of x3 power or even x4. but. again, they do not exist. We could even consider a zoom teleconverter giving powers from x2 to x5. but they would have to have ] 5-1 8 lenses, whichanbsp;...
|Title||:||High Resolution Astrophotography|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1995-07-20|