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stepping beyond

1st runs through processing for 3 targets this year

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This is my rendition on m81, m82 and m57 , I hadn't shot on these before and I had my share of problems with equipment not connecting . I've got more to do but, this is my feeble processing attempt. They're a work in progress .

Bodes galaxy.jpg

Median m82 COMBINED FINISHED.jpg

LRGB m57  Aip4win & Pscs2.jpg

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Thank you for the lift up yall , I try really hard with my old 3 rd  hand equipment except for the imaging train. It didn't cost much and gives me joy almost  everytime I can get out . This is the dream coming true ! A ride with a lot of Bumps and potholes.

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