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Bottletopburly

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9 minutes ago, Graham said:

Now that is a lot of stars

either stars or noise graham lols  does colour look ok getting paranoid .

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Graham

Cannot really tell David.

It is such a small image.

Why is it so small ???

Should be four times that size with a canon

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Bottletopburly
11 minutes ago, Graham said:

Cannot really tell David.

It is such a small image.

Why is it so small ???

Should be four times that size with a canon

I resized messing on Flickr I will repost  original 

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Bottletopburly
wb on camra eastern veil

Original @Graham i bin during processing as a trade off for noise (The 1000d weakness hence looking to upgrade to a better  lower noise dslr in the next few months )

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dave.hardy2

Looks great it's all stars trust me. There are a lot of them in Cygnus.

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