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Steve1976

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  1. Hi guys and girls Is anyone planning anything up in Scotland soon? Would love to meet a few like-minded people and get some astro-landscape shots done under some dark skies! Steve
  2. Thanks a lot folks, glad you like, quite new to night photography generally. Symesie04 the foreground was actually lit by some street lights just behind me
  3. It's been ages since I've posted on here and I've just asked a question on the general forum so thought I'd post this too. Not the best of shots (its an old shot) and the trailing is mediocre. It's one shot rather than several stacked in startrails. Would love to be able to go back in time and redo this.
  4. Hi there, not posted on this site for ages, apologies. I'm looking to try out some astrolandscape imaging tonight and was wondering if anyone can suggest a good spot for this nearish Edinburgh. I know the further away from light pollution the better but I am limited to trains and buses. I've tried North Berwick which was ok but the Highlands and the Darksky park in Dumfries & Galloway is just too far. Going to try some startrails but if I could get some static shots of the milky way it would be even better although this may be asking a bit much given my travel options. Thanks!
  5. Something for us newbies to try and aspire to! Fantastic Do you anything about these standing stones?
  6. Great start Sam. Like me probably needs more subs. Sounds like you know whats what with photoshop so I reckon your well on the way.
  7. My favourite asterism Kemble's cascade (I think its an asterism?) Dave, thats a cracker!
  8. Very nice mate thats a great result. I'm finding it difficult to use my zoom what with my polar aligning not being too great at the moment. Did you crop this?
  9. Don't know your scope mate and I ain't no expert but I reckon the T-ring and adaptor should be all you need. Hoping someone else can confirm this?
  10. Had another go. I think its better than my last effort but I'm not happy about the spikes
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