Monthly Archives: September 2009

How not to raise your house valuation

Here’s how the two beer can pinhole cameras look on the South-facing wall of my house.  I hope we are not intending to sell within the next year or so as potential buyers may be put off by the sight. … Continue reading

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Ultra long sub-exposure photography

I have just made up 2 beer can pinhole cameras (see Justin Quinnell’s website to see how to do this) and fitted them to a wooden frame on a South-facing wall of the house.  I have opened the shutter (removed … Continue reading

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IOM September 2009 – the Iris nebula in Cepheus

At last!  September has come around again and we can actually start imaging before 10:00 p.m. hooray!!  Less baggy eyes at work the next morning 🙂  This Month’s imaging object is the mysterious-looking NGC7023, a reflection nebula known as the … Continue reading

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