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Milky way fighting it's way through the light pollution of Long Eaton - just a bit of fun with my Canon 5D and Star Adventurer

Think it looks great Chris, what were the exposures/ processing. Nice separation of the foreground and background.

I like that part of sky, too.

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Think it looks great Chris, what were the exposures/ processing. Nice separation of the foreground and background.

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1 hour ago, Derbyshire Dave said:

Think it looks great Chris, what were the exposures/ processing. Nice separation of the foreground and background.

90x30sec ISO 1600 exposure for the sky stacked in DSS and cleaned up in Pixinsight and PSCC; foreground was one of the single 30 sec exposures in the stack processed as a single image and added with a layer mask to bring the 2 images together. Modded Canon 5D and 17-40mm zoom set at 20mm 👍🏻

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19 hours ago, Chris P. said:

90x30sec ISO 1600 exposure for the sky stacked in DSS and cleaned up in Pixinsight and PSCC; foreground was one of the single 30 sec exposures in the stack processed as a single image and added with a layer mask to bring the 2 images together. Modded Canon 5D and 17-40mm zoom set at 20mm 👍🏻

Thanks Chris, nice job you made of it too!

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