How to Photograph A Lunar Eclipse on May 15th-16th 2022

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A super awesome lunar eclipse is happening late Sunday evening May 15th into Monday May 16th
North and South America are the prime viewing areas and will be able to witness the entire event, but those of you in Europe, Africa, will be able to see some of it. (Sorry Asia/Australia, ..you are sitting this one out!)
If you are lucky enough to be in the prime viewing areas however, here are tips on how to photograph the lunar eclipse!

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How To Photograph A Comet (NEOWISE)

Comet NEOWISE visible in the night sky on July 18th, 2020 Shot at 30 seconds, F4, ISO 6400 with 24mm lens.

Comet C/2020 F3, AKA “NEOWISE” is gracing out sky for the next week. If you wanted to try to photograph it, I’ve got some tips for you. Now will be your only chance, since it won’t come back for another 6,800 years!

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Pandemic Photo Challenge: Black and White Reprocessing

 

So for many of us it’s two weeks into being stuck at home by ourselves (or with the kids) due to the Covid-19 Corona Virus pandemic…are you getting kinda squirrelly?
Figured I’d help out and start giving out some suggestions and ideas for keeping yourself busy with your photography during this difficult time. So here’s my first post, a reprocessing your old images challenge!

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“Unicorn” Meteor Storm Alert!

A Perseid Meteor streaks through the sky in August 2018

For a short period on Thursday night/early Friday morning we might be treated to a METEOR STORM know as the Alpha Monocerotids. For a very short window, you might be able to see almost 100 meteors in the 15 minute peak!
So get out your tripods, bring a mug of coffee, grab some friends, and go shoot them. Here’s some tips on how.

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How To Photograph The Super Moon

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On Wednesday March 20th, we will be treated to yet another “super moon”!
Reality is, it’s not really THAT much larger than usual…but it does make it a bit larger for photographing and will allow you to potentially capture more detail.
So if you are raring to capture it, here are some tips on how get great photographs of the super moon.

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How To Photograph A Lunar Eclipse

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A super awesome lunar eclipse is happening over January 20/21st!
North and South America are the prime viewing areas and will be able to witness the entire event, but those of you in Europe, Africa, and parts of Asia will be able to see some of it. (Sorry Australia, China, and India…you are sitting this one out!)
If you are lucky enough to be in the prime viewing areas however, here are tips on how to photograph the lunar eclipse!

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