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Warren A. Keller

North American Representative

Atik Cameras

HQ Phone:  +44 1603 740397

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Atik Cameras

New Road

Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 3LZ

United Kingdom

Company Description

Atik Cameras is the leading European brand of cooled CCD cameras for amateur astronomers, and also supplies OEM customers serving the life sciences field. We have achieved this position by offering innovative camera designs which deliver high-quality images in...more

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Employment History

Lecturer, Processing Instructor

Astro Photo


Affiliations

Advanced Imaging Conference Inc

Board Member


SXV-OSC

List Owner and Moderator


U.S.

Representative


CTIO

Member of Star Shadows Remote Observatory


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AIC Awards

Warren Keller
Board Member


Advanced Imaging Conference 2013 Speakers

Warren Keller
Warren Keller Astrophotographyer Lecturer Processing Instructor ABCs of Image Processing: Warren presents an easy and fun quick-start to producing lovely images with little effort. Warren sets the record straight, demonstrating that these are both merely tools which an artist can employ to achieve whatever result their mind's eye envisions. The basics of both pre and postprocessing are covered. Warren teaches astrophotographic processing via IP4AP.com tutorials- a SKY & Telescope Hot Product. His images and articles have been published in Sky & Telescope and Astronomy Magazines, as well as many places on the Web including NASAs APOD and Universe Today. Three of his large format prints were chosen for 2012's prestigious Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography exhibit at Maine's Bates College. He is currently writing a book for Springer Press, and producing Part-2 of a PixInsight tutorial series. He was the North American representative for Atik CCD Cameras in 2009, and is a consultant to MSB-Astroart, and Celestron where he co-designed AstroFX software for the Nightscape camera.


Apollo Rendezvous 2012 | The Universe, Yours to Discover

Warren Keller
Warren Keller Warren Keller Saturday's event will be held at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, with presentations on Astrophotography by Warren A. Keller, vendors, planetarium shows, door prizes, raffle, and ending the evening again at our dark sky site, John Bryan State Park Observatory with a BBQ and an evening of star gazing. Warren Keller DVDs Warren Keller, a leading author on astrophotography is presenting: "Imaging Hardware Choices" "Software Choices for Acquisition and Preprocessing" "Postprocessing" Speaker: Warren Keller A child of the 60's--Star Trek, Lost in Space, 2001: a Space Odyssey, Apollo launches at dawn--like his heros, Warren boldly went where no man had gone before. As a boy, he was gifted with Fred Hoyle's Astronomy. On the cover was the glossiest, color photo of M27- the Dumbbell Nebula in the blackest, velvet sky. He knew from that moment he would someday photograph the heavens' wonders. Beginning with 35mm film in 1998, Warren switched to digital 'CCD' cameras in 2003. Artistic by nature, it's less about Cosmology and more about the thrill of the hunt for the myriad of beautiful shapes and colors throughout the universe. Warren has the ability to reduce the difficult concepts of Astro-Imaging to the essentials and effectively teach it to others. His Astrophoto tutorial business IP4AP was named a SKY & Telescope Magazine "Hot Product" in 2007, and he has given thousands of clients the world over, a 'quick start' to taking their own great photos. It is his desire to convince new imagers that they can accomplish anything they want in amateur Astrophotography, while emphasizing the importance of artfulness in a largely left-brained hobby. Warren is proud to have been published as a photographer and author in: SKY & Telescope, Astronomy, AstroPhoto Insight, Amateur Astronomy, and Nightscape magazines, and many places on the World Wide Web, most prestigiously- NASA's APOD and Universe Today. His work can be viewed at www.BillionsandBillions.com. Three prints were chosen for 2012's prestigious Starstruck astrophoto exhibit at Maine's Bates College. His prints are offered exclusively by Exposures International gallery of Sedona, Arizona. He is currently writing a book for Springer Press, and preparing a new tutorial series. He was Atik Camera's US representative in 2009-2010 and is a consultant to MSB-Astroart, and Celestron where he co-designed AstroFX software. Warren has presented at the Advanced, the North East, and the Midwest Astro-Imaging Conferences, the Black Forest, Texas, Okie-Tex, Winter, and Hidden Hollow Star Parties, and to groups as varied as Boy and Girl Scouts, Chambers of Commerce, Rotaries, and camera clubs. In the new series, Soup2Nuts Part 1 & 2, Warren walks you through changes to Photoshop, MaxIm DL & Astroart with object specific and advanced processing.


Star Shadows Remote Observatory - About Us Home

Warren Keller
Warren Keller Warren Keller teaches astro-image processing via www.ip4ap.com. He recently completed the definitive PixInsight tutorial series with Rogelio Bernal Andreo. His articles and images have been published in Sky & Telescope and Astronomy magazines, as well as many places on the web including NASA's APOD. His personal website is www.billionsandbillions.com. Warren has presented at the Advanced, North East, Midwest, and RAW astro-imaging conferences, and is host and coordinator of SWAP in Tucson. He has spoken at SCAE, RTMC, and the Black Forest, Texas, Okie-Tex, and Winter star parties. Three of his large format prints were chosen for the prestigious Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography traveling exhibit, and his prints are represented by Method Art Gallery of Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona. He is the former North American representative for Atik Cameras, and was a consultant to MSB-Astroart, and Celestron where he co-designed AstroFX software. Warren was a singer/songwriter and recording, performing, and teaching musician for the first half of his life. He lives in the hills of West Virginia with his wife Christine- a jewelry artist, and their faithful dog Jack.


Advanced Imaging Conference 2013 Speakers

Warren Keller
Warren Keller Astrophotographyer Lecturer Processing Instructor ABCs of Image Processing: Warren presents an easy and fun quick-start to producing lovely images with little effort. Warren sets the record straight, demonstrating that these are both merely tools which an artist can employ to achieve whatever result their mind's eye envisions. The basics of both pre and postprocessing are covered. Warren teaches astrophotographic processing via IP4AP.com tutorials- a SKY & Telescope 'Hot Product'. His images and articles have been published in Sky & Telescope and Astronomy Magazines, as well as many places on the Web including NASA's APOD and Universe Today. Three of his large format prints were chosen for 2012's prestigious Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography exhibit at Maine's Bates College. He is currently writing a book for Springer Press, and producing Part-2 of a PixInsight tutorial series. He was the North American representative for Atik CCD Cameras in 2009, and is a consultant to MSB-Astroart, and Celestron where he co-designed AstroFX software for the Nightscape camera.


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