|Picture of the week 1
Submitted by Neill Mitchell
After Mark Radice's excellent talk last night, it occurred to me that I had not tried stacking my handheld shots of the Moon.
So, I tried it on a set of 10 images I took on the 1st of July. Here's the result.
Taken handheld with a Canon 7D MK2, Canon EF 100-400 f4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens with Canon 1.4x III teleconverter. Giving a focal length of around 960mm.
|Picture of the week 2
Submitted by Bob Mizon
Here's a photo I took this morning shortly after midnight when the sky was cloudy but I noticed Jupiter and Saturn appearing through a gap in the clouds.
Saturn and Jupiter (the brighter of the two) rise through clouds at 00:25 on Tuesday June 30. Colehill, Dorset. Beta Capricorni visible at the top of the picture.
0.5 sec exposure, 50 mm lens Canon EOS 600D.