Jean-Marc Lecleire

Dernier quartier de lune

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« I like to photograph our natural satellite undergoing each of its phases and through different coloured filters to bring out its landscape and geology. » JML

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Jean-Marc Lecleire

Aged 36, Jean-Marc is an optical professional. He began astronomy in 1986 with the help of a 60 mm diameter telescope, given at the event of the passing of Halley’s comet. His first works were drawings created with an eyepiece, then he became interested in black and white argentic photography. He built his first telescope with a 200 mm diameter at the optical studio in the Astronomical Society of France in 1989 then actively participated in many

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