Photographer's Note

I have searched the TE Forums and am surprised that I have been unable to find anything on one of my favorite photographic planning tools: The Photographer’s Ephemeris (TPE). From Wikipedia: An ephemeris is a table of values that gives the positions of astronomical objects in the sky at a given time or times.
Developed by fellow photographer, Stephen Trainor, The Photographer’s Ephemeris will graphically show you the position of the sun and moon at any chosen date and time on an overlay of your subject matter on Google Maps. Had I known about TPE prior to arriving in Peacham, Vermont, I could have planned for a better shot of this church in the morning. I am now incorporating TPE into the planning of each of my important photography excursions. Please see a new forum thread I am starting for a more in-depth discussion of TPE. It is a tool that every landscape photographer should have. It is available free for your computer and with a small charge for i-Phone or Android phone apps.
Peacham is a Vermont Hill Town, located southwest of St. Johnsbury in northeast Vermont. Peacham Congregational Church is the Old Meeting House in the Village. It is “one of the oldest and most photographed churches in Vermont.” Started in 1796, the Church is today an active, vital and growing faith family.

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