Category Archives: Software Bisque

Articles about what’s going on at Software Bisque, or what I’m doing there.

You’ve Got Some Nice Data

Regardless of your craft or art form, the best way to know you’re improving over time is to look back at something you did a few years ago and feel a since of… Wow, I could do so much better … Continue reading

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Okie-Tex Star Party

The Okie-Tex star party is held every September around new new moon at camp Billy Joe in the Oklahoma panhandle. Friends have told me that the skies are better than the famed Texas Star Party, and that attendance often swells past … Continue reading

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DSLR for Narrowband?

I started life out as a DSLR imager. First with a Canon Digital Rebel, then the T1i, then ventured into modified camera’s for greater Ha sensitivity, and currently I still own and use a Canon 5D Mark II that was … Continue reading

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Winter Star Party 2013

Best Winter Star Party ever. At least for me! This was my ninth consecutive Winter Star Party, my second actually registered as a vendor. Registering as a vendor has its perks. For starters I can come on site on Sunday … Continue reading

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