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Orion's Sword on Film

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in my case it included

5. throw in bin because I noticed I was one or more of

A; out of focus

B: misaligned

C: uncollimated

D: film fogging

E: plain missed the target

F: guidescope/mainscope slippage.

6: need extensive hot baths to relieve aching back caused by manual guiding

I take my hat off to you. A truely excellent image.



Thanks. I hope your back is feeling better. I cheat somewhat as I do not need to setup my gear. It is housed in a roll off roof. Permanent polar alignment. It's what fixes those bad backs!



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You are a very good photographer Jim, superb!!!!


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Thank you Fay. I have a system that works and I stick with it. It's not for everyone, but then again each of us offer something unique. I hope you will add a personal touch to your work as well.

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