We have an upcoming total lunar eclipse in late February (20th). After very successfully photographing the last one (if I do say so myself), I have two questions: (1) Are people interested in me writing a small-ish manual on how to photograph a lunar eclipse? Vote in the attached poll! (2) Is anyone who's successfully done this in the past interested in contributing? Basically, I plan on writing a few pages'-worth on the basics of set-up and exposure details, but it will be based entirely upon my own camera system and post-processing methods, and some others may be useful. If you're interested in contributing, please let me know on this thread and/or PM. The guide would be posted most likely as a thread, a link on my own website (and anyone who contributed), and/or as a TPF article of interest ... within the next 2-3 weeks. UPDATE: The Guide is in version 1.0 status and is posted HERE. Download your copy (2.5 MB, 18 pages) and let me know what'cha think. And it's out just in time for next week's full moon!