NASA’s Apollo Missions in 13,000+ Photos
NASA has released over 13,000 images taken during its Apollo Program. The Program ran from 1961 to 1972, and was supported by the two-man Gemini program which ran concurrently with it from 1962 to 1966. Gemini missions developed some of the space travel techniques that were necessary for the success of the Apollo missions. Apollo used Saturn family rockets as launch vehicles. Apollo/Saturn vehicles were also used for an Apollo Applications Program, which consisted of Skylab, a space station that supported three manned missions in 1973–74, and the Apollo–Soyuz Test Project, a joint Earth orbit mission with the Soviet Union in 1975.
Photos include Buzz Aldrin walking on the Moon with Neil Armstrong and lots of moon and earth shots, including the now [even more] famous Apollo 13 mission. What I like is the fact that , what looks like, the entire roll of film is scanned and uploaded. Nothing culled from the roll at all, not even the out of focus shots. If you have a spare day or so take a look through their Flickr page the missions are all placed into Flickr Albums for easy access.
Free upgrade to Capture One 20 when launched.
The very nice people over in Copenhagen are offering a free upgrade to their next version of Capture One to anyone who bought Capture One 12 since 23rd Oct. You can buy version 12 now and just upgrade to the newer version when it lunches free of charge. Check it out with the link below, where you can download a 30 Day trial or the free Fuji version.
Kim is a professional photographer & Official Fujifilm X-Photographer living in Celbridge Co Kildare, Ireland. When not shooting Portraits and Weddings or Corporate & Editorials he can be found searching out the best coffee shops or running round after his two kids.