• Fine Art Photography Awards 2024

    5,075 Entries. 2 Grand Prize Winners. 20 Category Winners. On April 7th, 2024, Jeff's photographs "Three Pebbles" and "The Ancient Mariner" were b...
  • New Print Format - Posters

    ...Speaking of new print formats, my astrophotography is now available as posters as well! For now, just a couple images are available in poster f...
  • New Print Format - Postcards

    If you've liked my astronomy work thus far, you now have an opportunity to share it in small format and send it in the mail.    New astronomy po...
  • International Photography Awards 2023 Results

    The results for this year's International Photo Awards Are In: Aqua Vela and Birth, Balance, Death have won "Honorable Mention" in the category...
  • Fujifilm GFX 100MPX

    Jeff shares his thoughts on his new camera system:  the Fujifilm GFX100S + lenses.
  • Medium Format vs. Large Format Cameras

    The purpose of this article is to help guide landscape photographers if they are considering any of the following: upgrading to a bigger and better (and more expensive) digital camera, switching from analog to digital, or switching from digital to analog. Explore the pros and cons of each decision, and read about why every landscape photographer has a different preference.

    The Stones of Joshua SHOOTING THE NIGHT SKY | AN INTERVIEW WITH AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER  Jeff is an award-winning photographer from California, USA. ...
  • *NEW* Tutorial: How to use SGP with your GEM Scope

    Do you have a German Equatorial Mounted (GEM) Scope? Do you use Sequence Generator Pro (SGP)? Do you want to know how to image multiple targets in ...
  • Flickr Your Best Shot 2020 - Winner

    18,000 Entries. 10 Winners.  Each judge picked 10 of their favorite images, and then battled it out to select the final winning 10.     Watch ...
  • Astronomy Photographer of the Year - Winner, Skyscapes

    J K Lovelace was announced the winner of the Skyscapes Category with his image Luna Dunes.

  • What I do

    What is the longest single drive or trip you have ever taken?

    Think about it.

    Space is only 62 miles away. Travel 62 miles up and you're in space.

    Lots of people commute farther than that every workday.

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful to live on a giant spaceship traveling through the galaxy at hundreds of thousands of miles per hours?

    Imagine a vessel large enough that we could grow our own food and move about freely, and one with a window large enough to let everyone to peer out at the vast beauty of space...
  • Telescope Specs

    All about J K Lovelace's FSQ106, CDK14, CDK20, and CCA250 telescopes.