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Meteors, Milky Way, and more in Photo Ephemeris Web Pro

Today we’re releasing the 2.1 update to Photo Ephemeris Web. It includes a bunch of new features and refinements for both free and Pro users.

Shooting stars (and comets)

I headed out to Rocky Mountain National Park on Monday evening for a long overdue photography shoot, in the hopes of catching a good view of comet Neowise.

Early access to the upcoming 2.0 web app

If you like to stay ahead of the curve, you might be interested in checking out the upcoming 2.0 version of the TPE Web App, which we’re calling Photo Ephemeris Web.

what3words

Landscape and outdoor photographers love to get off the well-trodden path and explore the more remote corners of the world. Often, these places don’t have well-defined names. Or the named area covers many thousands of acres, such as a national park or wilderness area.

Degrees, Minutes, Seconds and More

We’ve made some improvements to the options for direct coordinate (latitude/longitude) entry in both TPE 4.8 for iOS and TPE 1.7.5 for Android. Previously, in the iOS app you could enter coordinates directly by adding a new location and then editing the latitude/longitude fields.

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