Space Station Guys is creating International Space Station photos, videos and tutorials
1
patron
$9
per month
Have you ever thought about taking photos of the International Space Station?
I dedicated lots of my free time taking manually tracked photos of the International Space Station (ISS) using various size telescopes and cameras.
It is so much fun seeing ISS silently crossing the morning/evening sky or taking photos of it, therefore with my website (spacestationguys.com) and with related content I would like to inspire people to get familiar with this amazing man made object.
My best captures are in this video below - I even managed to take a photo of the SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-1 mission to the Space Station! 
It is so much fun and hopefully with your support I can spend more time making tutorial about what my technique is and what I would recommend you to do.
Thank you!
Tiers
Insider
$5 or more per month

For this small donation you will have access to some extra video materials. When I have a successful ISS imaging sessions (highly dependent on UK weather and visible ISS passes) and successfully manage capturing photo(s) worth sharing on my website, I will make and exclusive video with lots and lots of details and behind the scene footages, will show you my exact camera settings etc... only for my Patreon supporters.

ISS enthusiast
$10 or more per month

ISS crew member

Exclusive videos (as an Insider patron) extended with one monthly online discussions. Duration of about 1-1.5 hours and you members ask me anything about ISS imaging, forward planning, forecast predictions, plus my recommendations and advises to you equipment.

Goals
1 of 50 patrons
The goal of joining Patreon is to inspire individuals, maybe communities to actively observe and possibly also to take photos of the International Space Station (ISS). 
Some might think this is only for the experts or the super nerds, but with a little practice anyone can take photos of ISS. I will try my best to guide you on this path, one can lose interest very quickly after a few failures.
Imaging ISS is super cool!
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Have you ever thought about taking photos of the International Space Station?
I dedicated lots of my free time taking manually tracked photos of the International Space Station (ISS) using various size telescopes and cameras.
It is so much fun seeing ISS silently crossing the morning/evening sky or taking photos of it, therefore with my website (spacestationguys.com) and with related content I would like to inspire people to get familiar with this amazing man made object.
My best captures are in this video below - I even managed to take a photo of the SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-1 mission to the Space Station! 
It is so much fun and hopefully with your support I can spend more time making tutorial about what my technique is and what I would recommend you to do.
Thank you!

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Tiers
Insider
$5 or more per month

For this small donation you will have access to some extra video materials. When I have a successful ISS imaging sessions (highly dependent on UK weather and visible ISS passes) and successfully manage capturing photo(s) worth sharing on my website, I will make and exclusive video with lots and lots of details and behind the scene footages, will show you my exact camera settings etc... only for my Patreon supporters.

ISS enthusiast
$10 or more per month

ISS crew member

Exclusive videos (as an Insider patron) extended with one monthly online discussions. Duration of about 1-1.5 hours and you members ask me anything about ISS imaging, forward planning, forecast predictions, plus my recommendations and advises to you equipment.