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  1. M31, reprocessed, 5 and 10m exposures 18 frames (don't know the integration time anymore, neither the no. of flats and bias I messed around with this so much).I decided to keep it real on this one (I'm won't to overprocessing in my light-polluted area, so I don't even lose one filament of detail). After changing the file name on the subs,(RAW to Tif), resizing and cropping, I made a gradient removing flat for each of them, and processed them normally after flat application / subtraction. I forewent chasing details in favor of nice values, such as RGB 23/23/23, or as near as I could come to when processing, to find a blend between detail and a pleasing view.
  2. From the album: Canon EOS 1100D Images

    M31, reprocessed, 5 and 10m exposures 18 frames (don't know the integration time anymore, neither the no. of flats and bias I messed around with this so much). I decided to keep it real on this one (I'm won't to overprocessing in my light-polluted area, so I don't even lose one filament of detail). After changing the file name on the subs,(RAW to Tif), resizing and cropping, I made a gradient removing flat for each of them, and processed them normally after flat application / subtraction. I forewent chasing details in favor of nice values, such as RGB 23/23/23, or as near as I could come to when processing, to find a blend between detail and a pleasing view.
  3. The Andromeda Galaxy (M31). This shot was taken over a couple of nights (28th July and 1st August 2017). It's a shot I've been wanting to try for ages but M31 appears so large that I had to wait until I had a scope with a shorter focal length in order to capture this much of it (and it still doesn't fit in the frame). Previous attempts were made with a 400mm lens on a DSLR which although quite reasonable didn't really capture the true majesty of this object. 81 x 75 second exposures at 400 ISO (approximately one hour and 41 minutes integration time). 60 x dark frames 100 x flat frames 21 x bias/offset frames (subtracted from flat frames only) Captured with APT Guided with PHD2 Processed in Nebulosity and Photoshop Equipment: Sky-Watcher Explorer-150PDS Skywatcher EQ5 Mount Orion 50mm Mini Guide Scope ZWO ASI120 MC imaging and guiding camera Canon 700D DSLR
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