This book is a unique collaboration of individuals world-renowned in their particular area and covers in detail each of the major sub-disciplines of astrophotography.
Author: Robert Gendler
There are currently thousands of amateur astronomers around the world engaged in astrophotography at a sophisticated level. Their ranks far outnumber professional astronomers doing the same and their contributions both technically and artistically are the dominant drivers of progress in the field today. This book is a unique collaboration of individuals world-renowned in their particular area and covers in detail each of the major sub-disciplines of astrophotography. This approach offers the reader the greatest opportunity to learn the most current information and the latest techniques directly from the foremost innovators in the field today. “Lessons from the Masters” includes a brilliant body of recognized leaders in astronomical imaging, assembled by Robert Gendler, who delivers the most current, sophisticated and useful information on digital enhancement techniques in astrophotography available today. Each chapter focuses on a particular technique, but the book as a whole covers all types of astronomical image processing, including processing of events such as eclipses, using DSLRs, and deep-sky, planetary, widefield, and high resolution astronomical image processing. Recognized contributors include deep-sky experts such as Jay GaBany, Tony Hallas, and Ken Crawford, high-resolution planetary expert Damian Peach, and the founder of TWAN (The World at Night) Babak A. Tafreshi. A large number of illustrations (150, 75 in color) present the challenges and accomplishments involved in the processing of astronomical images by enthusiasts.
Hale has long felt the need for an anatomical counterpart to his earlier book, Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters, but his busy life has always been filled with other projects. Over the years, I have kept detailed notes on his ...
Author: Robert Beverly Hale
This classic book, whose foremost author was one of the great artistic anatomy teachers of the twentieth century, is an invaluable instructor and reference guide for any professional, amateur, or student artist who depicts the human form. Revealing the drawing principles behind one hundred inspiring masterpieces, the book presents work by Leonardo, Michelangelo, Rubens, Raphael, Titian, Rembrandt, and other greats. These superb portrayers of figures knew that the secret of drawing them was seeing how underlying bone and muscle structures mold the body’s surface forms. Readers are shown how to learn from these great examples as the authors guide them through all the steps they would take in a life class or studio working with live models.
2 If the moreh is off the mark, teaching a lesson different and destructive, do not listen. If the moreh is leaning toward the greater teshuvah and da'at47 of the Master, receive that one as the Master himself. 3 Regarding shlichim and ...
Author: Jackson Snyder
DIDACHE! HORA'AH! Lessons of the Master for All the Tribes by the Twelve, a new Hebraic-English (only) translation of this classic ancient teaching utilizing True Names & Hebraic technical terms. Included are the last four chapters of the Epistle of Barnabas - the "the two roads" parallels. Topics include Rules for the Assembly, Successful engagement of Life's Road, Choosing Morim, Shlichim, and Neviim, Washings / Miqvot, the Todah Rabbah (Communion), the Sacrifices, Rules for Giving Money, Hospitality, Personal Conduct, and signs and wonders of the last days.
Master Liang had many masters and continued to learn and teach throughout his lifetime. He “retired” several times, but then, compelled by eager ... Foreword My father, known to the T'ai-Chi world as Master 141414 Lessons With Master Liang.
Author: Ray Hayward
A compilation of Master T.T. Liang's teachings on T'ai-Chi, plus articles and stories about Master Liang.
CONTENTS Prologue Twenty Years Earlier Working with Don Draper's Eviler Twin October 2000 My Father and Me Section 1: Three Lessons for Success in Business Lesson 1: If the Powers That Be Won't Let You Play in Their Reindeer Games, ...
Author: Ron Zayas
Publisher: Post Hill Press
What is the secret to success? Why do some people find it and others search around in vain? While he has no magic bullet, Ron Zayas was fortunate enough to have an involved father who has provided a varied and rewarding set of advice throughout his life on everything from overcoming cliques at work, to being an ethical business leader, to negotiating deals that last, to spotting liars and disarming them. Using his years as a CEO, entrepreneur, and C-level officer at a large, global company, Ron wraps sage advice from his Cuban father in short, funny stories that anyone can relate to. Lessons from the Len Master is an entertaining, funny, and concise manual perfect for CEOs, managers, entrepreneurs, and anyone looking to reach goals or simply get more out of life.
In India, the Candidates for Initiation into the science of "Raja Yoga," when they apply to the Yogi Masters for instruction, are given a series of lessons designed to enlighten them regarding the nature of the Real Self, ...
Author: William Walker Atkinson
Publisher: Good Press
"A Series of Lessons in Raja Yoga" by William Walker Atkinson. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
LESSONS. FROM. THE. DRAWINGS. Alexander Suvorov: Bundle your broom as you go: individual bristles are brittle – a broom knocks down a man. Do not set up any designated supply channels for the rear. Broom case What lesson does Suvorov ...
Author: Yury Yavorsky
Alexander Suvorov, Russian military general, is known to have spoken seven languages, including Turkish and Finnish, was an expert in military history, a brilliant mathematician, and never lost a single battle.Some ideas of the famous general will be considered in this book through the prism of the business environment. I hope that entrepreneurs will appreciate the parallels drawn and will learn a lot of useful lessons from Suvorov’s covenants.