The night sky is always magical! The experience of seeing the galactic core with your naked eyes is so amazing. In this image, the viewer can see many celestial objects, like the bright Jupiter on the left and the faint Saturn on the far left. On the right is the bright Antares on the colorful Rho Ophiuchi region, while in the middle the viewer
Tokina Opera 16-28mm F/2.8 Review UPDATE 2019-05-15 -> Adobe just released a lens profile for Opera 50mm F/1.4 in the latest update of May 2019 (LR Classic 8.3 / Camera Raw 11.3) **Please note that at the time of writing this review, Adobe hasn’t released a lens profile for Tokina Opera 16-28mm F/2.8* It is early March and along with
One year ago this day, "Keep Looking Up" was released ! Keep Looking Up was my first personal astro-timelapse project and despite encountering many difficulties while in the production, the film was released and won several awards and very positive reviews from festivals around the world ! Find more about "Keep Looking Up" Project here !
A single photo captured with a Phantom 4 Pro drone as I was scouting some mountain locations for my next project. If you are interested in this type of photography, check more info about my Landscape Workshop www.christopheanagno.com/landscape-workshop
I’m very happy to announce that from September 26 to September 29 I will be hosting three (3) daily talk shows about my personal experience of using Tokina lenses and filters on Kenko Tokina Booth on Photokina ! See you there ! Booth Location Hall 5.2. D-020 / E-29
New Project !!! Started.. or maybe already finished ?? Stay tuned !
Image Details -> Nikon D850, 50mm @ f/1.4, 8 seconds exposure, ISO 400 This was the last Astrophotography Workshop for Summer 2018, and despite the strong wind and the small temperature drop of the last days, during the 1st night of photo shooting, the participants learned how to find the Milky Way Galaxy Core, how to identify constellations and stars on the night sky and how
A behind the scenes photo from the 2nd Astrophotography & Timelapse Workshop, July 2018, Antiparos Island, Greece. During the 1st night of photo shooting, we tested the Cinetics Lynx 3-axis motion control system with the Timelapse+ View controller to capture a dynamic sequence of the rising Milky Way Core ! The behind the scenes photo was taken with the new Tokina Firin 20mm F/2 AF
Astrophotography & Timelapse Workshop, June 2018, Antiparos Greece I’m so happy that the first Astrophotography & Timelapse Workshop in Antiparos island was completed with success !!! My goal always was to make those workshops on this beautiful island with low light pollution and such an amazing night sky ! It was 3 creative days with crystal clear night skies where we shared some amazing