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Keiran

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About Keiran

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  • Birthday 22/07/87

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  1. Looking very nice for a first attempt
  2. A standard photographers tripod will work just fine for widefield and landscapes. Exposures will be 30secs to 1 min iso 800 ish, obviously depending on the type of shot, and the conditions etc... Minimal startrail at 30 seconds, for most wide lenses. just make sure you get a sturdy one and easy to use in the dark
  3. Where has the nice weather gone?

  4. What a lovely day! Im stuck in my broom cupboard of an office, looking through my pigeon hole window.... Hmmmm

    1. Mr TamiyaCowboy

      Mr TamiyaCowboy

      PST would make for a nice model to stand in said window, maybe add a lock to door stop one being disturbed while admiring said PST at window lol

  5. I used to own a pair of 15x70 Celestron bins.... They were a nice bit of kit, although they were heavy, and you knew that you were using them. It was pretty easy to hold them steady, but your arms will get tired quicker than a smaller pair. I preferred using the 15x70 compared to the 10x50. It may be worth have a look through the bino discussion section, you may find something. Helpful in there. http://stargazerslounge.com/forum/133-discussions-binoculars/ Keiran
  6. The XX or London Grammer are personal favorites of mine
  7. Very nice image Mike, nicely processed
  8. Hi all, I thought i o=would post a couple of widefield shots i took i the Maldives Milkyway Maldives by Keiran Bernstein, on Flickr Milkyway Maldives by Keiran Bernstein, on Flickr The sky was very impressive Thanks for looking
  9. Probably the last sunny day for atleast the next 10 years .... According to scientists

    1. foundaplanet
    2. crashtestdummy

      crashtestdummy

      They cant get tomorrows weather right so i dount a 10year forecast would be accurate

    3. ronin

      ronin

      Wrong, every wedding anniversary night will be clear, and god help you if you even think of going out imaging.

  10. Another for the above, or even the 1000D.... they are cheap to buy second hand, and do a great job
  11. It's a new dawn, It'a a new day, Its a new Life, It's a new life for me.... And im feeling good

    1. Qualia

      Qualia

      Da. Da-da. Da-da. Da-da...ooo, fish in the sea, you know how I feel :-)

    2. Keiran
    3. gazza63

      gazza63

      River running free,

      you know how I feel.....

  12. That would have been something to see.... What the likeliness though, it lasted only 1 second
  13. Can i ask what browser you are using please?
  14. Have you checked that you have the correct notifications checked? Click the little 'Notifications' icon, then at the top right of the drop down is 'Options'... This will take you to your notifications options, can you just check that you are asking to be notified for the correct items, Thanks