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How to Process a Moon Photo Using Video From A DSLR

A common method for taking Moon photos is to use video. This guide will walk you through the steps for processing a Moon photo using video from a DSLR. This guide assumes you already have video of the Moon, but if you don’t, you can practice with the file located here. When you are done with this guide, please VirtualDub When learning how to process a Moon photo from video taken with DSLR, you need to convert it from the default .mp4 to an uncompressed .avi. Think of this like the difference in processing JPG’s vs RAW files. All of the…

Once the Clouds are Gone, Fun Ideas On The Way!

While it is the middle of winter here in Pennsylvania, I am eagerly awaiting clear skies soon. I have many ideas for videos and guides that do require a clear sky, and a bunch that don’t. This is why I have been mainly making guides that can be done indoors at the moment, I have a lot I can discuss with you (the reader/watcher) while it is cloudy out. Some things to watch out for: An experiment with the moon using my William Optics Zenithstar 61 and Canon t7i. I’ll be trying a combination of a barlow lens and digital…