Cory Schmitz recently published an article called “Why Your Photos Deserve Your Name.” See, I disagree completely.
Author - Dylan O'Donnell
Dylan O’Donnell is an Australian web developer, Director of DNA Digital and zen10 Australia and public science communicator. He has a Masters of Information Technology and his astrophotography been featured by NASA and ESA among others. He is also a member of Team Celestron where he also contributes. To date, two of his images have been selected for NASA Astronomy Photo of the Day (APOD).
See more of Dylan’s work on his website.
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