Lecture "How to Photograph Worlds Faraway?"
A lecture for those who love astronomy will take place in the Amber Museum. On 21 May, Kaliningrad photographer Valerii Sytkin is going to tell our guests, what is needed to shooting galaxies, nebulosities, and star clusters in urban settings, and give some advices to beginners.
There are lots of technical nuances in astrophotography, that are difficult to figure out for a beginner. Which equipment to choose, from where to observe, if you should edit final pictures – guests of the lecture "How to Photograph Worlds Faraway?" about this and more will found out guests of the lecture.
Photo works by Valerii Sytkin dedicated to the real cosmic objects are now featured at the exhibition of amber items "You are Cosmic!" opened for the 60th anniversary of the first human space flight. The author has been making every picture for several weeks to several months. On the photographs, there are nebulosities in the outer space, fantastic, beautiful and mysterious, in whose centre stars are dying and being born.
Welcome to the lecture! Beginning at 19.00.
Entrance – by the entry ticket to the exhibition "You are Cosmic!" (100 rub. – adults, 70 – students, 50 – schoolchildren and retirees).
Inquiries: 8(4012) 53-82-19.
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