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dave.hardy2

The East Veil and The Bubble Nebulas

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dave.hardy2

The East Veil Nebula

10 x 600 sec @ ISO800 with darks, flats and bias frames. Canon 1000D astro modified with a UHC clip filter guided with a finder guider and PHD2.
Processed in Star Tools and finished in CS2

 

The Bubble Nebula NGC7635

 

13 x 600 sec @ ISO800 with darks, flats and bias frames. Canon 1000D astro modified with a UHC clip filter guided with a finder guider and PHD2.
Processed in Star Tools and finished in CS2

 

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dave.hardy2
Very nice with sharp detail to zoom into at the full res. [emoji106]
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dave.hardy2
Good images Dave. Is that a modified Canon plus a clip filter or is it a standard Canon with a clip filter?
It's a modified Canon 1000D with a UHC clip filter

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dave.hardy2

I have reworked this image as I clipped the last one far to much I think this looks a lot more natural. 

Please let me know what y'all think.

 

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BAZ

I personally prefer it Dave, it has more detail in it and as you say, looks more natural.

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