# 01 Feb, 2020 15:31
Hello all, who is all:|
I'm an avid landscape photographer. About 4 years ago I was bitten by the Astro bug when a friend invited me out shoot the stars one evening. It was a thrill to see what your normally cant see with your eyes alone. I have since then been spending my time learning what I can and of course purchasing new equipment to take well tracked images of the milky way. A few months ago I decided it was time to up my game to the next level. I did some research and asked a butt load of questions if a butt load of forums to help me figure out what would suit my needs and wants. I decided on the Sky-Watcher Esprit 100ED for my scope, the Sky-Watcher EQ6-R Pro for the mount and an ASI294MC for the camera. You want to talk about a learning curved going from a DSLR with great lens's and small tracker to a full telescope setup. There is a hell of a lot to learn in this hobby. Everything from relearning how to photograph, to processing and everything in between. So please excuse me, I will be asking a butt load of questions here also.
# 01 Feb, 2020 18:24
|Hello Mark! Yes there is a hell of a lot to learn and a hell of a lot to spend! But your in the right place! If you can't learn something about Astrophotography on this site I don't know where else you could. Welcome and clear skies!|
# 01 Feb, 2020 20:59
|Head down to Tucson and hang out with Starizona. They have free lessons Friday and Saturday nights until 10pm.|
# 03 Feb, 2020 01:20
Welcome to Astrobin !
CS from France
# 03 Feb, 2020 04:25
Been there a few times, Great bunch of guys running the place and very knowledgeable.
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