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Hi Everyone,

Got this image tonight under foggy/misty conditions with the CANON 300D and 70-300 sigma lens which was set to 150, 11 frames 25secs each stacked in Registax and processed in Photoshop. Again my light pollution and Clouds/Mist stopped longer exposures but still i love it :clouds1:

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Hope you like it.

James :clouds1:

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Mate! How long have you had that camera again??? :clouds1: Nice shot! Pity the calendars are now printed.....

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LOL!, glad you like it Grant it's a fantastic camera i mean getting something like this from a murky misty cloudy night is just amazing..

Cheers

James

PS:Calenders done Cool :shock: :clouds1:

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That's a beauty James!!

Christ, what will your images be like in a dark location with no mist :shock:

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Great image there James.

I hate to think what quality of image you come up with

once you have had the camera for a while.

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Thank you Jamie/Daz,

Here's a closer look of M45 this time i had more luck processing it :clouds1: Think i have found my new profile pic.

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James :clouds1:

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lovely one James super detail like that , i shall have ago myself tonight if i feel ok and the clouds are not around , keep up the good work

Rog

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Hi Rog,

Yeah it's amazing what you can do with just a CAMERA Lens isnt it :clouds1: Look forward to your attempt..

Thanks

James

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