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New years eve m42 dslr, f5 refractor, 3 image sets combined, 10 sec x 61 + 1 min x 63 + 3 min x 21, iso 800, flats, darks, bias each set.  May add 5 min set, clear skies!

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That’s rather a good take on a HDR object. The trapezium core is well attenuated. Thanks for posting.

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I favour the pastel like colours to a nebulous object which you have here rather than the ‘in your face’ alternative. Lovely image and great detail in the core. Thank you for sharing.

John

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That is about as good as I have ever seen, great image. Tried the same technique myself with an old 40D but fell short of your level of expertise.

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Gorgeous. I love the subtle processing and natural colours. Very nice blending of the exposures.

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Outstanding! Love the subtle cloud detail.

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