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M42 My first post here


Alan D
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Hi

Well here it is my first post of an astro pick here on Stargazers Lounge so be kind :lol:

M42 taken last Sat night various 25 & 15 second subs prime focus 200mm Newt using DSLR Focus (no guiding kit)

Stacked and processed in P/S rushed this a little so may be able to get a lttle more from the subs later. But pretty happy with it.

Comments and advice welcome (clean ones) :lol:

Cheers

Alan

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Thanks for the feedback guys it is much appreciated.

Nice work James I like what you have done.

Good to see how others can bring out detail etc in each others pictures.

I am all for helping each other out, as let`s face it this hobby has a steep learning curve for us all.

Cheers

Alan

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Nabban, I use a Canon 350D (which is a great daytime camera as well)

Martin, I have been into Astro pics for about a year now and have the same problems as most of us empty wallet and loads of kit needed :lol: I would love to get an EQ6 Skyscan to replace me old patched up EQ5! but we can all dream :lol:

Cheers

Alan

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Alan, that's a lovely image, very nice indeed.

James has done a great job increasing the contrast but I still prefer your original. It's a very smooth natural looking image with more subtle detail.

Excellent work.

Russ

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