Art of Astrophotography with Jack Fusco and Pixel Connection

Jack Fusco will teach you everything you need to get started with astrophotography in this webinar sponsored by SIGMA. This is for all levels of photographers looking to get started in taking photos of the night sky! Ask about the SIGMA savings on astro lenses and more at Pixel Connection, just in time for the holidays. Click HERE for more info.

Topics Covered

Gear – How to get the most out of the gear you have, and what pieces of equipment will help you advance.

Planning – How to find the best places to take photos of the night sky in your current location or for a trip you have planned. We’ll cover what you need to check to make sure you can capture the best photos of the Milky Way.

Settings – How to capture the most amount of detail from the night sky while keeping your stars sharp.

In Field Shooting Tips – How to focus your lens and composition tips to make the most out of your time under the stars.

Processing Tips – How to bring out the most detail in your images.

About Jack

As a touring musician, Jack Fusco’s photography started as a way to document his travels throughout the United States and Europe. Since moving on from the touring life, photography became Jack’s main form of creative expression, and through his work he strives to communicate a sense of wonder and inspire adventure. More recently, Jack has focused his efforts on the landscape-astrophotography field, which takes many notes from both astronomy and traditional landscape photography and combines the two disciplines. “Being able to capture the sense of wonder and vastness that we can feel while staring out in a star-filled sky is a feeling unmatched,” says Jack, and he hopes to provide viewers of his photographs the same feeling of beauty and serenity that he finds while making them.


Dec 11 2020


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Comments (1)
  1. Craig says:

    I’d be interested in his advice on an equatorial mount that would handle a D850 and Sigma 500mm lens (along with shorter focal lengths of course) Preferably a computerized “go-to” mount. The EQ6-R seems to tick all the boxes, and has nice quiet belt drive, but seems like overkill from a weight standpoint. Perhaps there are better alternatives? Also I am guessing someone makes Arca to telescope dovetail adapters.

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