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by the light of the silvery moon

Toronto. From the very beginning of photography, the moon and photography have worked closely together. John William Draper made his daguerreotype of the moon in 1840. It is the earliest existing photographic image of the moon. A cleaned up version … Continue reading

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Star Light, Star Bright…

Toronto. Membership Secretary Wayne Gilbert sent me this document by Scott Jarvis, a Southern Ontario sports/journalism photographer. Scott offers “Six Tips for Stellar Photography“. The link takes you to the article on Henry’s Blog, or you can click on the … Continue reading

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