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evansg

Orion Nebula Widefield in LRGB

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Now this is exactly the sort of image I like to look at with my coffee on a morning, completely stunning thank you for sharing.

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Hi Evangelos, stunning image, as is most of your work. 

I enjoy your website. Thanks for sharing. 

Paul 

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Fabulous image, as good as anything ive seen. Great core, bags of detail and lovely star colour. All from 5 min subs! even if it is 10 hours worth.

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I'm a complete and total newb, but it's wickedly beautiful images like this that inspired me to buy the hardware I did so that maybe someday in the far off future, I'll be able to take an image even half as good. Awesome image!!!!!

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Wow, thats just a little bit special there mate...one day I'll produce something like this and it'll be images like this that have inspired me and shown me what is capable. thanks for sharing :)

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Good one!

You didn't shoot any Ha in this? I'm surprized because I can see several things that only appeared when I added an Ha layer. Then again I wasn't using the Astrodon LRGB filters and perhaps these pass more Ha.

Olly

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Thanks you guys!

Olly, I shot 3h of Ha but i haven't used them. When i was adding the Ha layer I was hidding the reflection nebulae and some of the beautiful dark lanes. By the way I have seen better color on the red channel with Astrodon gen II filters (compared to Baader).

Thanks again

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My words when I opened this thread: 'holy [removed word]!' :p

Fantastic image, well done!

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