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The joy of failing, the joy of learning

I don’t know about you, but when it comes to passions I enjoy failing. Being aware of your shortcomings can help you grow. At least that’s what I noticed when freezing under the stars to set up my camera. I started shooting without a tracker, then bought one that could help me learn. So far […]

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One day with the Sony 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 OSS GM

I had 24 hours to play with the Sony 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 OSS GM. The main reason I rented it was an ISS pass in front of the moon. With my camera’s 11 fps burst rate, I managed to get 7 shots. Here’s one of them: It would have been a waste to shoot just an […]

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First experience: photographing Andromeda without a tracker

Last month I got the chance to photograph the Andromeda Galaxy from a low light polluted location. With the pandemic going around, I didn’t get out of the house too much. So I packed what I believed to be the best gear to capture a deep sky object. It didn’t go as planned. I wanted […]