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Hello to all!

Just posting some of the images I took recently!

(Total first attempt from someone who can't even hold a camera properly)

I was out to conduct a public overnight sky observation event, which was the last event before 6 months of monsoon. For a lot of time, we had cloud cover too!

These images don't include much of editing more than just some basic stuff in cellphone. I forgot to take the photos in RAW so either way I can't do much!

Quite happy with the first attempt. Will improve even more in next season!

Nikon 5300, with the basic 18-55 lens.

Any suggestions appreciated!

Thanks! 

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Lovely set there mate. My favourite is the first one with the scope.

If I had to wait 6 months for the rain to stop I'd give up and study diving :)

Dave.

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