Presented here is a selection of the latest images produced over the past months by
Brad Wallis and Robert Provin.

This Gallery listing includes all images from two different web sites. As you go from image to image you will find yourself moving to one or other of our main web sites so you will need to use the "BACK" key to return to this image listing area. We try to keep all images at the main "Wallis and Provin site" but new additions end up at one site or the other and this page attempts to unify both sites for access to the most current images.
All images accessed from this page are Copyrighted by Brad Wallis and/or Robert Provin and may be used only for personal or educational purposes. Use in publications requires written consent. High Resolution prints and/or scans are avaialable for publications wishing to publish any of the images seen here. Thankyou for respecting the efforts that have gone into capturing these images!

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Photographic Images

12.5-in Ritchey-Chretien using 35mm Format::** COLOR**:::NEW 9/97

AstroPhysics EDF using 4x5 inch format TechPan with 4 degree field .

Notes on Large Format Photography

AstroPhysics EDF using 35mm format -- Black and White

AstroPhysics EDF using 35mm format -- Color .

CCD Images

CCD Images --> 4-in f/6 and 6-in f/7.5 EDF APO

CCD Images -- 12.5-in Ritchey at f/5.85

* NEW (6/97) * CCD Images using AO -- 12.5-in Ritchey at f/9

CCD Images --->> TRI-COLOR work


Comet Wild 2 in 1997


A revolutionary new technology by Benoit Schillings and Brad Wallis that dramatically
improves resolution in long exposure imaging!

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