Skywonders is a project by Antonio Martin-Carrillo, aimed at explaining in a simple way why things look the way they do in astronomy. All the images shown in this page, unless otherwise explicitly indicated, have been taken and processed by Antonio Martin-Carrillo. Detailed information on what it was captured, camera settings and processing tools are given for each image on the Gallery section.
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News & Events
Read my article on lucky imaging on the issue number 6 of Fotógrafo Nocturno, the most important magazine in Spanish dedicated to night photography.
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Skywonders’ images will be featured on two exhibitions in October, one in Dublin and one in Newport. More details will be provided soon.
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Many people think that although the Moon is clearly visible in the night sky and that we can easily see some its features with just our eyes, a telescope is needed to capture those features in detail with a camera. While of course, a telescope will help enormously (I think nobody can really dispute that), one can achieve great results with just a DSLR, a long or semi-long lens and a tripod. It is really that simple. If not, have a look at the image opening this article. In that image you can see many features on the surface of the ...Read more