22 July 2007

Adventures in astrophotography

I'm not very good at this (read "at all"), but the moon was so pretty last night that I just had to give it a shot. (Har har.)


The fuzzy orange moon-shaped thing near the top is a reflection in my window. By the time it occurred to me to try a higher resolution the moon had already set. And tonight will probably be cloudy and humid. Oh well.

2 Comments:

At 22 July, 2007 14:28, Blogger Dean W. Armstrong said...

If you can, force the camera to focus at infinity--for some cameras you have to enter manual focus, for others you select the "mountain" focus, as opposed to the macro "flower" one.

 
At 23 July, 2007 00:51, Blogger Jennifer said...

The only focus choices digi has are "normal" and something marked by an icon that looks like a tulip. I think it's just too old and cheap for anything beyond snapshots of people and pretty scenery; I got it before the novelty of digital cameras (digital cameras!) had worn off.

My printer also finally died today. Guess it's time to go gadget shopping. I wonder if I'd get treated less like an idiot at an office supply store than at a Best City Shack?

 

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