And show the results as to WHY, there are always Mansplainers.
With the upcoming Blue Supermoon Eclipse, I gave detailed instructions on how to use a freeware astronomy program called “Registax”. It didn’t take long for the usual Mansplainers to tell me THEIR way was better, or using a single focus image isn’t any good, or how I was just wrong, or it was nothing but HDR, yadda yadda yadda. Even when I posted an example.
Every time I patiently explained why, the same mansplainers would com up with a different reason I was wrong. Then I tried “momsplaining”. Now, I just roll my eyes and ignore them.
On left is a single focused image of the almost full moon. The one on the right, is 20+ jpgs processed in Registax.
One would think that showing this would stop their arguments and derision, but no. Now I just roll my eyes and ignore them.