How do you photograph a galaxy?
Astrophotography is broadly defined as the photography or imaging of astronomical objects, celestial events, or areas of the night sky. This includes the moon, sun and planets along with deep-sky objects such as galaxies and the Milky Way.
This FREE and open to the public presentation takes place at Blakely Hall in Issaquah Highlands Washington. The talk will cover the basic equipment and methods for amateur astrophotography using cameras and telescopes along with many examples of final images. The presenter, Roger Ulrich, has extensive experience in a variety of photographic techniques including cameras, microscopes and telescopes.