SINGAPORE — Often, what separates the pros from amateurs when photographing under challenging situations is having the technical knowhow to get the shot.
Astrophotography pretty much ranks up there in the realm of tough scenarios. First, you’ll need pretty fancy equipment (good quality telephoto lenses don’t come cheap), and after that you’re going to need to know how to process the final shot on your computer to make it pop.
TinyMOS, a startup from Singapore which is producing a pocket shooter for stargazers, dropped by the Mashable office to show us some tricks it’s building into its camera’s brain, to help amateurs close the gap with the pros. Read more…
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