The Mac basically made my job possible. Sure, there have been designers and illustrators and photographers and musicians and creative people forever, but it was that box that made it possible to play in so many sandboxes, to explore so many things, to marry technology and creativity. So thanks, Steve.
I'm sad there won't be, "and one more thing" this time.
Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Here's one more from the other night, this time with the moon Europa nearby.
It occurred to me; two of the greatest planetary imagers in the world are Facebook friends. Suddenly I'm embarrassed to post these. I sometimes feel like a kid putting his pictures up on the refrigerator and calling them art.
Sunday, October 02, 2011
Saturday, October 01, 2011
|Jupiter, 1 October 2011|
Heritage Park Observatory, Cedar Park, TX
Exposure: 500 frames each L, R, G, B
Camera: Point Grey Research Flea @ 640x480, 16-bit
Scope: Celestron C-11, Televue 2.5x Powermate (f/25)
Mount: Celestron CI-700
Filter: Orion LRGB set
Software: AstroIIDC, Registax 6, Photoshop