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Roberto Capacci

Presentation and the first picture

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Hi,

I'm an Italian astrophotographer, I live in Tuscany and are passionate about astronomy for 15 years.

I leave one of my last shots:

IC 59 & IC 63

Newton 8 "f / 5

Canon 1000D mod.

Total Exposure: 3.2 h.

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Very nice indeed :) Could I suggest making the background a little bit darker?

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Nice to have you on board Roberto. That is a beautiful image also. The color in the nebulae is saturated but I think it works, and the color of the stars are lovely. I also like the spikes, I think they can add to an image.

Also yes, I understand the brightness now, printers/printing presses can add as much as 30% in darkness, depending on type of print and media.

Thanks for sharing.

Also, Tuscan food every day and great astronomy, you're a lucky man :)

Edited by VigdisVZ

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