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Laurin Dave

My second Andromeda of the season

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This time with my William Optics GTF81 and Nikon D750, I wanted to see how far out I could go..  4 hours 20 mins by which point the battery was flat.. 30x120s 40x300s ISO 1600..  Pixinsight and Photoshop..  should have dithered as there's FPN

thanks for looking 

Dave

 

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Lovely. I like wide-field Andromedas.  I also prefer subtle and to me natural-looking colour, which you have achieved. Very nice. 

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Thanks for the inspiration and goal to achieve, I'd love to image something as well as tis.

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I love your image of M31, i hope to achieve this one day.

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An unforced image which looks superb. 

Olly

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Thanks to everyone for your comments.. it’s really appreciated, it was Olly’s image on the front of last months AN and Peter’s on this forum and Flickr that we’re my inspiration..  

Dave

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