Good evening ATS
I was U2'd by a member last week asking questions on how I take my pictures of the moon.
I'm sure some of you will be aware of my moon video's and photography
For thoughs of you who haven't seen my work here are a few links www.abovetopsecret.com... www.abovetopsecret.com... www.abovetopsecret.com...
And tonights video is all about the app and how I use and its setting.
The footage was taken 2 nights ago with a quarter moon and it's live in action
I will show you how to deal with the camera whiting out as you move to brighter parts of the moon and how to get rid of thoughs anoying over exposed
area's that always seem to destroy a great photograph.
I incourage anyone with idea's, better app's or ways of doing things to discus it here.
Anyway on with the show.
edit on 21-5-2013 by Gemwolf because: Fixed video embed
No, I used my Evo and a small refracting telescope. I'm not quite sure what the mag. power was right now Id have to get back to you, but I know its
got an 8inch objective lens. I have this one to but some of the moon is cut off.
They came out realy well my first few were without a holder also so i know how hard it can be it was only that i got 1 good shot that made me keep
working on it. And yes please share your othere's would love to see them.
If your looking for a diy mount checkout the thread I did it generic so will hold most types of camera's.
There also some info on what works and doesn't
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