I had already my doubts when weather forecast was showing clouds coming in from the north over the northern part of Germany. Anyways, I got up at 4:15 to drive to the lighthouse in Dorum-Neufeld for some shots of the eclipse. I arrived shortly after 5:15 having another 30 minutes until the total eclipse should […]
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Month: January 2019
The third object I shot during the night of Jan-2nd to Jan-3rd. Also, my first attempt to shoot unattended. After setting the parameters and the started the sequence, I went to sleep. However, during the night, some clouds came in and did hide the galaxy, so I had to sort these pictures out. My attempt […]
As mentioned in previous post, I processed the Pleiades pictures taken on Jan-2nd. I am quite happy with the result, much better than the previous shots of that object.
After several weeks with only grey sky, January 2nd was clear skies and I took the opportunity to shoot some objects. First I tried to shoot the Lowers’ Nebulae but it was too low at the sky so the house roof came into the view and I had to abort this session. Next object were […]
A classic shot of the Klimahaus, however, it was muddy and raining and very strong wind. Therefore the boats in front of the building are blurred heavily and the mood wasn’t great 😉 Three shots with the D850 using the Nikkor 24/f3.5 PC-E in portrait mode .