Douglas Sun & Moon Calculator
|Capture that magic photograph with meticulous planning.
Our Solar and Lunar database for Windows – is a vital utility for photographers – anyone – who needs to know the position of the Sun and Moon from any location at any time. Sunset or moonrise over the Taj Mahal anyone?
“Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.” –
Douglas Sun & Moon Calculator.
Our Solar and Lunar database for Windows is a vital utility for photographers – or anyone who needs to know the position of the Sun and Moon from any location at any time between 1800 and 2049 such as astronomers, lunar gardeners, fishermen and many others. Plus a host of other unique features including Solar Panel Angles, lunar phase as well as the lunar distance from Earth where the Apogee is the furthest and the Perigee is the nearest point when a supermoon can be seen. The horizon window shows the sun and moon as they are currently in the sky. Not to mention those wonderful photo opportunities – eclipses.
Forget the ‘freebie’ calculators and forget complex astronomical tables. The Douglas Sun and Moon calculator is designed especially for photographers although it has many other potential users. Everything you need for perfect timing, perfect lighting, perfect positioning around the globe.
Covering over 1,600 pre-set locations in the USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, including latitude, longitude and time zone – or create your own database for any location on Earth.
On location, on vacation, this clever software will help you really plan ahead. Our easy to follow manual doesn’t just explain how to use the software – it explains how to really work natural lighting. All you need to know – from twilight shots to the best natural lighting angles for architectural photography. Things like the best time for twilight shots at your selected location and when the sun is best positioned to make the most of textures of buildings as well as the Golden Hour. Not to mention photography by moonlight.