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When you’re ready to take your astrophotography to new dimensions, you’re likely going to need optical tubes and mounts specifically designed for what you want to accomplish. While other brands, such as Celestron, are household names in the industry, there is a lesser-known brand that specializes in purpose-built gear for astronomers and imagers who require precision equipment: Sky-Watcher.
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Anyone, I mean, anyone can submit their photos for sale in the stock-photography market. (Are you a foaper?) But the question remains: is it worth it? No doubt, the industry has been transformed by corporate conglomeration and digital technology but, while some decry the devaluation of the image, others see huge opportunity and a bright future.
In the following video, Larry Becker, from KelbyOne Media, takes us into the studio to discuss Broncolor Siros Monolights.
So, you’ve been shooting with your Canon DSLR for a while now; you’ve mastered the manual mode, even made tweaks to some of the buttons and settings to your liking, but there’s still that “Custom Functions“ menu you’ve yet to mess with.