General Guidelines for submitting images for the website and Image Board

Background

The club maintains a gallery of images submitted by its members for inclusion either in the Monthly Image Board and/or on this website.  The original proposal adopted by the Executive Committee reads as follows:

Synopsis

The proposal is to set up and maintain a system that regularly receives Astronomy related images taken by club members and in a non-judgmental way, displays the originals at the monthly Observers Group and as thumbnails in the regular newsletter or as a separate Image Board.

Objectives and benefits

For Members:

  • An outlet for showing their own work/images
  • Non-judgemental (something to be emphasized on inauguration)
  • A service provided by the club
  • People who cannot get to the observers group have an outlet for their work

For the Club:

  • Key information on the extent of astrophotography within the club and around cork
  • Can see work of people who may not be able to attend observers group
  • Adds to the range of services provided by the club in encouraging astronomy generally

The Image Board was set up and began operating in June 2018 and was formally launched at the September 2018 meeting.  The inclusion of images from all sources to this web site commenced in October 2018.

To view and/or download the Image Board Guidelines as a PDF file select below:

Image Board Guidelines Sept 2018

This is an example of an Image Board

All the images in the above Image Board are duplicated on this Web Site.

There will be occasions where members submit photos for inclusion in the newsletter, Facebook and Twitter pages.  These would normally be processed by the Club Executive Chair who will arrange for the Web Administrator to put them on this web site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Widefield Astrophotography

This is where members pointed their cameras directly at the sky with or without a tripod.

 

Lunar Eclipse by Bernard Carr
Milky Way - for the eagle eyed Andromeda is just short of half way up on the right hand side
Milky Way – for the eagle eyed Andromeda is just short of half way up on the right hand side
Milky Way West from Oven Site by Doroteja Repic
Perseid by Declan Foley
The Plough from Srelane/Ovens by Doroteja Repic
Mars over Ballincollig by Doroteja Repic
Mars Perseids and Milky Way by Steve O’Flynn
Milky Way from Ballinskelligs by Derek OKeefe
Milky Way from Ballinskelligs by Derek O’Keefe
Milky Way from Yosemite Valley USA by Bernard Carr
Moon and Venus in Conjunction by Garry O’Brien
SuperMoon over the roof top
Moon/Jupiter conjunction

 

 

Deep Space Images

Here are the members deep space images

Cone Nebula and Christmas Tree by guest photographer Richard Sweeney
Cone Nebula and Christmas Tree by guest photographer Richard Sweeney
Thors Helmet Planetary Nebula by guest photographer Michael Murphy
Thors Helmet Planetary Nebula by guest photographer Michael Murphy

 

Seagull Nebula by Guest Astrophotographer Brendan Kinch
Seagull Nebula by Guest Astrophotographer Brendan Kinch

M81/M82 by Guest Photographer Simon Todd
M81/M82 by Guest Photographer Simon Todd

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M31 - Andromeda - many ways to process the same image
M31 – Andromeda – many ways to process the same image

Jellyfish Nebula by Derek O’Keefe

Horse Head Nebula by Jan Cap
Elephants Trunk Nebula by Derek O’Keeffe
M31 /32 Andromeda
M13 Globular Cluster
M13 Globular Cluster