With today’s smartphones, it’s possible to capture photos of the stars, planets, aurorae, meteors, satellites and the ISS – if you know the right...
Author - Andrew Symes
Andrew Symes has been observing and photographing the night sky from Ottawa, Canada, for nearly 20 years. A pioneer in smartphone astrophotography, Andrew has been using his iPhone to capture close up views of the sun, moon, planets, and brightest deep sky objects through his telescopes since 2011.
Passionate about communicating the wonder of the universe, Andrew shares his astrophotography images and tips and on a variety of social media channels, and encourages anyone with a smartphone to try their hand at night photography.
Andrew’s photos and astronomy articles have been published in The Atlantic, io9, All About Space magazine, Universe Today, Lunar Photo of the Day (LPOD,) Yahoo! and the Weather Channel. He and his images have also been televised in the United States (ABC World News Tonight with David Muir,) Europe (Dutch Public Broadcasting,) and Canada (CTV Canada AM.)
Learn more about Andrew on his website.