perseids

  1. JimFox

    Persistent with Perseids

    Well, this from back in August at the Devil's Tower in Wyoming. I had taken my 9 year old granddaughter up with me so we could watch and capture the Perseids Meteor shower. It seemed like most of the meteors were away from Devil's Tower on that night, but after going through them, I found enough...
  2. JimFox

    Pesky Perseids

    I ran up to the Devil's Tower with my oldest Granddaughter to capture the Perseids Meteor shower over Devil's Tower. After shooting the sunset, I found a spot which was a pullout on the road that goes up to the Tower that would suit the bill. I wanted to be able to shoot next to the Jeep so that...
  3. JimFox

    Green Lantern

    This is from the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in the White Mountains in California. As I was converting this I spent a lot of time trying to decide the WB. One of the keys I look at when I convert the Raw is if the stars are white when I change the WB. While I could cool this down to a nice...
  4. JimFox

    Perseids fired First

    I went up to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in the White Mountains in California to shoot the Perseids Meteor shower last Saturday night. And this is just after it got dark and is one of my first shots I took. Until the clouds got a big thicker later, the meteors where powerful streaks of...
  5. JimFox

    Perseids Meteor Shower - Aug 12-13th 2018

    So the Perseids Meteor Shower is peaking this weekend and it coincides with a new moon. Anyone have plans to go shoot it? Glacier Point in Yosemite is my go to spot, but with the wildfires that's not an option. So far I am thinking Joshua Tree or Trona Pinnacles for myself, and probably on Aug...
  6. JimFox

    Perseids Meteor Shower 2017

    So here's what you need... 1. You have to aim to the NE. All the meteors come out of one basic area and that is to the NE. 2. There is a short window to capture it unfortunately because the moon is 3/4 full and rises at 11pm. Once the moon rises it will wash out 50% of the stars, so will you...
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