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Category Archives: House and home
A “Little Planet” shot taken this afternoon with the Canon 5D MkII and a 15mm Canon fish-eye lens.
For the very first time, the New Forest Observatory is offering a portfolio of deep-sky fine art images. There are 3 portfolios on offer, a 5-pack, a 10-pack, and a 12-pack. All images are printed on A4 HP Premium Plus … Continue reading
A professionally framed deep-sky image from the New Forest Observatory will make the most stunning Christmas present for the astronomer in your family – and as all framed images form part of a numbered print run – your present will … Continue reading
If you wish to purchase High-Speed Flash, “Little Planet”, Photomicroscopy or Macro images, then please check out what is available on the Scientific Artist web site.
You can see how to purchase deep-sky images here in the “Image Gallery/Agency Copyright Notice” section. For DSLR images – photomicroscopy/micromosaics, macro/macromosaics, “Little Planet”, panoramas, and high-speed flash images – please check the purchasing details for either datafiles or prints … Continue reading
A second go at a New Forest Observatories “Little Planet” scene – taken today.
I was sitting at the computer yesterday (Saturday) typing out some rubbish or the other when for some unknown reason I suddenly twigged how those “Little Planet” images are taken. So I grabbed the Canon 5D MkII and a fish … Continue reading
I sent off an image of the Horsehead nebula to be made into a 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle. Here it is freshly opened on a big piece of card. I don’t think I made the best choice of deep-sky object … Continue reading
I have just hung the 5-foot wide framed image of the Cocoon nebula region in the dining room. It looks awesome 🙂