Hello students of photography, weather and astronomy!

 

The purpose of my Blog is to keep you informed and educated on a weekly basis.  My Blog will present you with current or past news, textual information, photos, tips and techniques and upcoming or past events related to my passion of 35mm digital photography, weather photography, astronomy and astrophotography!   I am southern New England's #1 traveling teacher of photography, an independent contractor with a passion for "on-the-edge" photography and teaching.  I welcome you to my weekly Blog and hope that you will stay tuned to Blog updates and please be sure to sign my "guestbook" and contact me through my "Contact Information" page.  Welcome aboard!  

 

Ronald Zincone Photography, P.O. Box 3063, Kingston, RI 02881

                                        (401) 932-2976

NEAF 2018

April 20, 2018
I will be attending my 5th NEAF (Northeast Astronomy Forum) the world's greatest and largest astronomy and space exposition this weekend in Suffern, New York. To say I am...
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2018 Hurricane Season forecast prediction

April 06, 2018
2018 Hurricane Season expected to be more active than usual, CSU forecasters say. Here is the link to the video: 2018 Hurricane Season Forecast from CSU
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Tips and techniques on photographing and capturing lightning

March 30, 2018
I love to photograph and thereby capture lightning but this can be a dangerous hobby and/or profession as an extreme weather photographer. A lightning storm is unpredicta...
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Field Test of the Vixen HR Eyepieces

March 24, 2018
Vixen came out with a new line of what they call "high resolution" HR eyepieces for lunar and planetary visual observations and imaging. Bill Paolini, author of the popul...
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10 tips on pursuing astronomy, photography and extreme weather!

March 16, 2018
#1 Start off at the shallow end of the pool. Don't overwhelm yourself! Learn by the "baby steps" approach and then take the time to master each section. There is a lot of...
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