The Bintel Society Wants YOUR PHOTOS!

The Bintel Society will be hosting a live steam, presented by Dylan O’Donnell and Rami Mandow. 

The event will last 30 minutes, where we will be exploring the top 10 most interesting astrophotos from Bintel society members. Submissions can be uploaded here

The top 3 image submissions will get the opportunity to talk about their photo and setup with Dylan and Rami.

All image submissions are required to send a photo of their setup, photo of the object they wish to talk about and a little write up about how the image was taken and with what equipment. We will not be picking the prettiest photo but the most interesting, if you used interesting techniques or equipment please include this in the description.

We look forward to your submissions and we will announce a date soon!

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