Time-sliced #SuperBloodMoon lunar eclipse 2015

Time slices spanning 2.5 hours (left-to-right) of the latter part of the 'super blood moon' eclipse in September 2015.

Time slices spanning 2.5 hours (left-to-right) of the latter part of September’s ‘super blood moon’ eclipse. 156 shots, 60 s apart.

Following on from my cloudy solar eclipse time-slice in March this year, I thought I’d try a lunar one (clear skies!) using my fledgling ‘tslice’ Python module. Continue reading

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Time-slice photography with Python (and the 2015 solar eclipse)

Time slices spanning three hours of very cloudy eclipse!

Time slices spanning three hours (left-to-right) of a very cloudy solar eclipse!

There was a solar eclipse in March, and all I saw was cloud.  I was prepared for this, of course, what with living in the UK these days.  But all was not lost!  I still got a photograph (indirectly) of the whole thing in the form of this time-slice, which shows a period of about three hours from left to right.  I wrote a Python script to do all the legwork for me, which I’ve put on GitHub should anyone want it. Continue reading