David Malin

Born 1941
Hometown United Kingdom
Lives and Works Australia

David Malin Gallery Art

Using the world's most sophisticated telescopes and his own revolutionary techniques, renowned astronomical photographer David Malin brings us awe-inspiring images of distant worlds and amazing phenomena. He is a pioneer of space photography and has invented new ways of capturing the unseen universe on photographic plates, leading to the discovery of two new types of galaxies. His photographs capture light that has travelled immense distances, sometimes thousands of light years, to reach us. He has created the finest collection of star clusters, galaxies, nebulae and other such spectacular phenomena caught on film. 


David Malin was formerly Photographic Scientist at the Anglo-Australian Observatory, New South Wales and is currently Adjunct Professor of Scientific Photography at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Winner of the prestigious Lennart Nilsson prize, his pioneering photographs of space have revolutionized our understanding of the universe.


Courtesy of Phaidon

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