Sony Zeiss 35mm 1.4 Distagon It is not sharp and clear from corner to corner. Infrared photography, not recommended.
If one day you are walking and you realize that your shadow has a halo, do not panic, it has an explanation. One of my photos selected and explained today in OPOD Optics Picture Of the Day. https://www.atoptics.co.uk/fza199.htm Very grateful to Les Cowley for his fantastic work in illustrating and explaining all these atmospheric phenomena.
I am glad that there are people who continue to ask for impressions of the photograph Cloud, Birds, Moon, Venus. To make it easier, finally, I decided to put it in Society6 and adapt it not only to large prints but to many other supports. I hope this cheers up those who want to get their copy. https://society6.com/isaacgp
Finally, the book The Ultimate Guide to Stargazing was published by the Australian author Gregg D Thompson. I have had the pleasure of contributing with my photographs. This book is an extensive and updated work that explains the most important topics of the observation of the sky in a broad and detailed manner. Suitable both for those who start in astronomy and for those who already enjoy it. You can buy it in https://theultimateguidetostargazing.com/product/the-ultimate-guide-to-stargazing/
Since 2005 I have been a user of Canon photographic material, with which I have made more than 500,000 photos. Today I have nothing more of this brand, I have left Canon. Since then I have owned: Canon EOS 350D 2x Canon EOS 5D Canon Eos 5D Mark II Canon Eos 5D Mark III Canon Eos 1D Mark III Canon eos 50D Canon eos 6D Canon ef-s 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 Canon Ef-s 17-85mm 4.5-5.6 Canon Ef 17-40mm 4 2x Canon Ef […]
Stunning clouds before sunrise. Please, zoom in on the image to see how many details these clouds offer. Click here to get in High Resolution 7111x4000px (All rights reserved) (Save Link As…) Noctilucent Cloud in Estonia by Isaac GP
These images are a part of a long time project that I’m doing. Climbing the mountain, you can feel how the air changes, the light becomes harder and the colors are more intense. You feel your body and your breathing, something that does not happen every day. As a part of my project, I asked people why are they going to the mountain? The reason doesn’t matter – all are attracted by a kind of call. Up there you can […]
My thing with airports is not new. I like to fly and I get on an airplane whenever I have the opportunity. There is always some anecdote to tell: something forgotten in a pocket when passing the security arch, an aborted landing at the last second because another plane is crossed on the runway, etc. But this story is quite curious: My plane had just landed. The typical trip in which one carries a large suitcase and a small cabin […]
I do not usually make reviews of photographic material, but recently a friend told me excited that he had bought a Canon EF 50mm f / 1.4 USM to take astronomy photographs and after doing some tests he realized that he had been wrong. The most striking when it begins to be used, especially at f / 1.4, is the coma: This defect causes this objective to be inappropriate for astrophotography at apertures close to f / 1.4, since the […]
I’m glad to collaborate in the development of the next Estonian Satellite project EstCUBE2. This time my role will not be as photographer but like Mechanical Engineer, collaborating and mentoring in the structure team. The mission has targets like demonstrating the deorbiting technology plasma brake, the interplanetary propulsion by using the wind sail among others. It is awesome to participate in this scientific and educative project that generates scientific results and also has great academic results (thesis, publications …) I […]
Mercury Transit on May 9, 2016 This phenomenon goes unnoticed by most people. Even in the photographs it is difficult to understand what is happening. Mercury passes in front of the sun, and sometimes we can see it from Earth. Since the size of Mercury is so small compared to the Sun, what we see is a small point that is Mercury on the surface of the sun at sunset. This is called Transit of Mercury. You have to look […]
Mike Hill was discovered stealing my image “Clouds, Birds, Moon, Venus” for his enterprises Moonshine Agency and Moonshine Movies. In 2010 Mike Hill from Melbourne (Australia), contacted me to acquire a license in order to print one copy of my photo “Clouds, Birds, Moon, Venus” for his personal use. In his e-mail (you can see here completely), he asked me: “… to pay a small license fee enabling me to access a high resolution version of the photo to print one […]
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Some days ago I found that a guy self-assigns himself the authorship of my photo Clouds, Birds, Moon, Venus in the forum of SodaHead. Fortunately, two other members of the same forum (to whom I want to give thanks) put him in his place. Take a look: I want to thank all the people who inform me about the abuses that other “artists” or “photographers” do with my pictures, I really appreciate your cooperation and assistance. The phenomenon of photographers […]
Amazing results shooting with a DSLR camera and a lens, or a DSLR camera and a small telescope.