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It's the Easter weekend coming right up, and in some parts of the world, that means time off work - time you can spend on photography!

If I were home in the UK this weekend, these are some of the locations I'd likely head out to.

There's a freely downloadable KML file included in the post, with all the locations details, which you can import into TPE for Desktop, Android or iOS, and start exploring the upcoming light conditions!

#easter  #photography #locations
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If you've been wondering how you could use an iPad in your photography, read on:
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A new tutorial showing how to use TPE for Android to plan for the upcoming total lunar eclipse:

#lunareclipse #photography #planning
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Great to see TPE being used not only by stills photographers, but also by videographers. The time lapse sequences in this fascinating film about Mt. Tamalpais are beautiful, plus there's a ton of technical info about how the film was shot:
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Catching the setting Full Snow Moon over Mount Whitney:

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Last night's eclipse. It was nice (if a little bit lazy) to be able to get these only 3 steps from our back door at home!
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While the weather forecast isn't looking so good for DC, the Washington Monument can provide a great companion to the full moon.

This article shows how to develop a shot plan Monday night's total lunar eclipse using TPE and Photo Transit:

#lunareclipse   #photography   #planning  
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Are you ready for the upcoming Total Lunar Eclipse? Mark your calendars for the night of April 14/15!

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Ahh.good one..thanks.
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Congratulations to +Erik Stensland on the launch of his new hard cover book "Wild Light - A Celebration of Rocky Mountain National Park".

The cover photograph is a particular favourite of mine from Erik's portfolio. I'm looking forward to picking up my own copy.

You can pre-order now on Erik's web-site:
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Thanks for the share!!
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Another take on the moon + olympic rings shot by Guy Rhodes, hot off the press from Sochi, planned with TPE:
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The Photographer's Ephemeris (TPE) helps you plan outdoor photography shoots.

TPE is a map-centric sun and moon calculator: see how the light will fall on the land, be it day or night, for almost anywhere on earth.

Ideal for landscape, nature, travel and outdoor photographers, TPE's map-based approach means you can search for any place name on the planet or position the map pin exactly where you want it.

Advanced features include: automatic time zone and elevation detection, correction for atmospheric refraction and height above the horizon. You can even determine when the sun or moon will be visible from behind nearby hills and mountains.

TPE for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)

TPE for Android (2.2+)

TPE for Desktop (Windows, Mac OS X)

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