Category: iOS

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  • We’re pleased to announce that the Skyfire team rolled out some major updates to the forecasting algorithm this week.

    If you don’t know about Skyfire, it’s a sunrise/sunset color prediction service for photographers, currently with coverage of the lower 48 states of the USA. You can read more here and reviews here and here.

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  • I wish I could be there to try this out, but I’ll be in Colorado, not DC, on Monday night.

    As you probably have read by now, the night of Monday/Tuesday 14-15 April 2014 will see a total lunar eclipse, the first of four that will occur between now and the end of 2015.

    I’ve added a couple of other posts on the site about this upcoming upcoming eclipse which you can find here:http://photoephemeris.com/total-eclipse-of-the-moon and here:http://photoephemeris.com/planning-a-lunar-eclipse-shot-with-tpe-for-android.

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  • We’re seeing some major improvements in Apple Maps satellite coverage of the UK today.

    We’ve checked a good few locations, including Shrewsbury, Bamburgh, south of Fort William, and per the screen shots above, Milton Keynes. These are all locations where we’d seen problems in the past including very poor resolution (Shrewsbury), black and white imagery (Bamburgh), mis-matched images (Fort William), and missing map tiles (Milton Keynes).

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  • This week Mark Wallace discovered a great iPad application that is called The Photographer’s Ephemeris. /via AdoramaTV

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