fbpx

Author » Justin Hartney

I'm an astro-photographer and timelapse filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Using specialized cameras and equipment, I capture what our eyes can't see revealing the wonders of the universe.

Equipment

Testing the Best Ultra-Wide Lenses for the Perseids Meteor Shower

By

Meteor showers can be some of the most exciting celestial events to shoot, but they can also be quite the challenge to get a good meteor photo. With about ten years of practicing astrophotography and timelapse, one of the best lessons I’ve learned with increasing chances of a good meteor shot is: go wider, a […]

Customer Stories

Photographing the Solar Eclipse in Argentina

By

It was the night before totality in Rodeo, Argentina, and all the power was out. I had just returned from shooting all day in Valle de la Luna national park. Most of my batteries were dead or low, and my memory cards needed to be emptied on my also dead laptop. Fortunately, the eclipse took […]

Rocket Launch NASA Photography

Customer Stories

Photography Breakdown of the NASA Antares Rocket Launch

By

Ever since I started taking photos, the night sky has always attracted me. I utilize long exposures to capture objects in the sky that the naked eye could never see. I consider myself a modern-day astronomer with a focus on studying art within the universe. With a juxtaposition between terrestrial landscapes and cosmic objects, I hope to […]

Follow on Feedly