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Danny83uk

Best advice i can ever give when imaging... Check!

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Is always check you've done everything you needed before finishing a session. Then check again. Otherwise.........

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25 Pane Mosiac failure.

I didnt bother to finish getting the panes perfect after i found my mistake. 😤

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Oops!

Good advice. 

That's a real shame as the rest looks very good.

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Been there done that about once a year, nice image tho, you could patch it with shots from a simler fazed moon. charl.

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7 minutes ago, xtreemchaos said:

Been there done that about once a year, nice image tho, you could patch it with shots from a simler fazed moon. charl.

Ive got a half moon shot i might be able to use. and the two cutouts i think are over triming after a stacking.

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11 minutes ago, Danny83uk said:

cutouts i think are over triming after a stacking.

if you carnt find a image to match your welcome to take anything from my flickr pages the links in my sig. charl.

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15 minutes ago, xtreemchaos said:

if you carnt find a image to match your welcome to take anything from my flickr pages the links in my sig. charl.

Thank you :thumbright:

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