Classes for ISS and Lunar imaging at Westminster Library
A unique opportunity to learn how to take stunning images of the International Space Station (ISS) and the Lunar Landscape.
This will be the first in a series of five classes and will focus on Equipment, Planning and Setup. The classes can be taken individually or as a complete course and are structured to be suitable for all levels of experience, from the first time imager to seasoned astronomers and astrophotographers.
We will show that you do not need a complex or expensive setup to take images of the ISS and Moon, it can be done with almost any level of equipment, from the most basic to the more advanced.
The classes will be held once a week for five weeks, each one covering a different area:
Week 1: Equipment, Planning and Setup (30/7/19)
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Week 2: Introduction to capture technique using the Moon as a target (6/8/19)
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Week 3: ISS capture technique and practical considerations (13/8/19)
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Week 4: Post Processing / Computer software use (20/8/19)
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Week 5: How to take unusual ISS and Lunar images (27/8/19)
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You can achieve it!
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