A great new astrophoto book

Posted by David Eicher
on Monday, December 1, 2014

Many of you who read Astronomy magazine know the name Rogelio Bernal Andreo quite well. A frequent astrophotography contributor to the magazine, Rogelio is an accomplished deep-sky shooter, and I had the great joy of spending time with him at the Starmus Astrophoto School on La Palma this past September.

Now, Rogelo has created a beautiful new book from his astroimaging, Hawai’i Nights. This magnificent visual treasure presents the results of 27 nights Rogelio spent skyshooting in Hawaii, offering a virtual tour of the night sky as seen from the Hawaiian Islands. It’s a photographic experience that captures the Milky Way along with beaches, lava fields, moonbows, sea cliffs, mysterious abandoned resorts, and all manner of incredible scenes.

It contains more than 70 images and more than 100 pages filled with Rogelio’s insights and experiences — an astroimaging enthusiast’s dream!

The book is available as a digital download ($24), in paper ($49), or hardcover ($65).

You can read more about the book on Rogelio’s website.

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