Canon 60D | 10-22mm lens | 30″ | f/4.5 | ISO 1600 | RAW In my previous posts, I’ve alluded to my photographs of the actual Milky Way. Not to … Continue reading First photograph of the Milky Way
While driving back home from a trip up to Ogden, Utah, for a family party, I got to thinking about the time the moon would rise from behind the mountains … Continue reading Full moon rises over the Wasatch Mountains
What better way to unveil my new logo for Carltonaut Photography than by pairing it with a photo I shot of the moon moments ago. I have no intention of … Continue reading Capturing the moon and unveiling the Carltonaut logo
I had thought about doing a photo like this a week ago as my now 10-year-old son was putting together the 3D puzzle he received from Santa last month. But … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Illumination
Manned exploration to the moon ceased before I was born in 1980. Now in my 30s, I am fascinated with the history, grandeur and intrigue of the space program (yes, … Continue reading Fun Photography: On the Way to the Harvest Moon
I became a counselor for the Space Exploration merit badge about two weeks ago. Last week, we talked about Newton’s Laws and made these Estes Model Rockets. Tonight, we launched … Continue reading 3…2…1…Blast-off!
Last November, my son and I had the opportunity to travel to the Kennedy Space Center as part of the Astronaut Autograph & Memorabilia Show, organized by the Astronaut Scholarship … Continue reading Remembering Grissom, White, & Chaffee of Apollo 1
The other day as I headed out the door to work, I saw the Wolf Moon in the morning sky. After loading stuff into my car, I pulled my camera … Continue reading Grabbing the moon