On this web site you will find a number of different sections to help the EAA beginner as well as someone already practicing EAA but looking for help to improve their technique.
1. In the "My Images" Section you will find sample images with different camera and scope combinations.
2. In this section, "EAA Support", you will find several different sub-pages. 1) How I got into EAA 2) The many reasons EAA is so popular. 3) Links to a series of detailed articles for EAA Beginners in my "Blogs" section 4) A link to my video tutorial series on EAA 5) A discussion on what to look for in a telescope for EAA 6) An overview of what you should know before choosing a mount for EAA 7) Basic information about cameras used for EAA 8) Step by step instructions on how to set up a video camera without a computer 9) Step by step instructions on how to set up a video camera with a computer 10) A link to a YouTube video tutorial that I made for setting up a video camera 11) An explanation of field rotation which is relevant when using an Alt-Az mount for EAA 12) Links to EAA books and other EAA web sites 13) A page requesting your help in my quest to put together a collection of cameras for EAA's early years
3. On the "Equipment Recommendations" page I have provided links to many items needed for EAA that I use personally and others that I believe to be very good.
4. In the "Helpful Links" Section you can find a list of books on video astronomy, links to other web sites that I have found helpful, forums where camera assisted viewing is discussed, and my own presentations which you can download and use for yourself.