Moon Photography with the Hubble Telescope


Listen and learn about Andrei Duman’s recent personal project at the Mount Wilson Observatory using the Hubble Telescope to photograph the moon and stars. Working with their team, Andrei attached a medium format camera to both their 60" and 100" telescopes to capture 150MP images of the moon in amazing high-resolution detail. He will be discussing what gear he used and how everything was set up and configured, as well as how he kept the photos safe, secure, and backed up. Additionally, Andrei will be showcasing some of his professional portfolio in automotive and product photography.

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