How to Submit your photo?
If you think you have captured something incredible and International Space Station related, please send it to the following email address: email@example.com
Please make sure your post contains the following:
– time/date the photo/animation was taken (UT)
– flyby details (max. elevation, from – to times, brightness – these are optional details, not compulsory though but welcomed)
– write in brief story (if possible, not compulsory though)
Fernando G. Prieto
(Fernando’s Twitter profile)
These are my photos of ISS taken Feb 14, 2022 at 19:58 / 19:59 local time (22:58/59 UT) from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Nikon D3500 camera with Sigma 150-600 lens at 600mm focal length, ISO 200, F-6.3, Vel. 1/320.
(Mike’s Twitter profile)
ISS flying over Corsley, Wiltshire in the UK at 11:36pm on the evening of the 19th July 2019. I used a Canon 90D and Sigma 150-600 lens hand held. Being fortunate to have several bright ISS passes within 90 mins of each other gave me inspiration to try again with the camera. Looking back on my previous settings, I was able to reduce the exposure to get a little more detail.
Quick technical details, I focused on Arcturus first, then switched the lens to manual and used stabilisation mode to 1. ISO 1600, f/6.3 at 600mm and between 1/800sec to 1/1000sec. All the pictures were hand held.
(Peter’s Twitter profile)
All the images are taken with on a Nikon D500 with 500mm f4+1.4x converter. The resulting image is edited to reduce highlights and cropped to about 500px I then enlarge in Photoshop using the preserve details option to 1500px.