Okay, not so much a post about astrophotography per se, but still quite exciting for us nonetheless. With the clue being in the title, I’ll give you some background. A couple of weeks ago I was sat going through our images as I do when the weather is god-awful, something that it is with appalling… Read More Our VERY FIRST Calendar Has Gone Live!
Usually when I’m shooting with a DSLR (astro or otherwise), I use either my modded 450D or my stock 60D, both of which have APS-C sensors. But I’ve always wondered about the difference between an APS-C sensor and a full frame one and if it’s really as big a deal as I hear others make… Read More Trialling The Canon EOS 6D Mark II
A lot of the images you’ve undoubtedly seen of our nearest neighbour show it as a washed out white orb, with only a certain amount of detail visible, hidden in its brightness. Nothing could be further from the truth! The moon has a huge amount of detail and, more surprisingly, colour. What you’re seeing is… Read More Photographing the Moon’s Colours