Monthly Archives: April 2018

NEAF Report – And More Images from Down Under

NEAF (Northeast Astronomy Forum) was great fun, as I imagine it is every year.  As you can see from this photo, I was mainly showing my backlit film prints, and they attracted a lot of attention.  At the rate orders are coming in now I’m going to be pretty busy for a while. I also showed my “Mister T” adapter and the PerfectStar B focus control system.  This picture was taken fairly early in the show, and I was using MaxIm DL to show how focus control works.  But my booth was right next to Main Sequence Software, who have […]

From Australia to New York

It has been far too long since I last posted here – I apologize for that and hope you haven’t been missing it terribly!  In truth, not a lot has happened in the last 6 weeks, as is typical for this time of year.  But I do have a few bits of news: First, I am now getting images from a remote observatory in Australia!  The first image above is, unfortunately, a familiar target that I have photographed from here in the northern hemisphere, M16, the Eagle Nebula.  In the not-too-distant future I hope to be showing you some images of […]