ISS over Salterstown with the Mid Louth Camera Club 14 Apr'15

ISS over Salterstown with the Mid Louth Camera Club 14 Apr'15

The members of Mid Louth camera club went out to Salterstown in Co. Louth last night to take some sunset images. Sadly, Mother nature didn't put on a spectacular red glowing sunset, but we all tried making some seascapes at sunset. Even I tried one or two shots in the bright light during sunset.

When the sun set, a hardy few of us stayed to play with some light paintinig & thanks to Fran [@cuttingfoam on twitter], we were able to take some very spectacular steel wool images. At 22:05, the ISS passed overhead, so I had all those left pointing their camera lenses in the correct direction & they all got an image of the station as she flew overhead, many for the 1st time.

Here's my images from last night.

Camera: Canon EOS 60D (Canon)
Camera Lens:
Focal Length: 50 mm
Exposure: 116 sec
Aperture: N/A
ISO: 800














  • Thanks for the mention Shane, your ISS and Planet/star knowledge is amazing, I'm sure that the rest of the MLCC crew were equally as impressed.
    I've got the times of the ISS passes for Thursday & Friday written down in the hope that the skies are clear... I've got the ISS bug thanks to you ;-)
    Fran @ 2015-04-15 23:02:03