My name is Paul Schmit, and today I want to describe to you the journey that led to the time-blended astrolandscape you see above.
You might recognize me from my recent marathon endeavor to capture the International Space Station crossing in front of the sun at sunrise. By day, I’m an award-winning theoretical physicist working at the frontiers of nuclear fusion research on the world’s most powerful electrical sledgehammer, the Z Machine. By night (quite literally) I’m an avid astrolandscape photographer striving to push my technical skills and creativity to their limits in an effort to make my own modest contributions to a photographic community crawling with incredibly talented image makers.
About a year ago, overflowing with inspiration and racking my brain trying to…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Paul Schmit
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