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Flame and Horsehead nebulas


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Lovely. Nice how that star beams straight out at you. It's quite impressive and very well framed.


 


The red looks slightly grainy on my screen. What ISO did you use, or is that the mist causing trouble?


 


Great stuff.


 


JD


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That's beautiful Ben...I'm no expert but the Horsehead is a brilliant target, it's my partners favourite too and she knows less than me.

Oh btw the diffraction spikes really add something to the shot..false tho they are I can see why some imagers actually want them.

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Lovely. Nice how that star beams straight out at you. It's quite impressive and very well framed.

 

The red looks slightly grainy on my screen. What ISO did you use, or is that the mist causing trouble?

 

Great stuff.

 

JD

hi James,

i shot this at iso800 with a DSLR

this was a hard one to process, the right side of the shot is all Ha with almost none on the left. add to that the misty halos around the stars...... :wallbash:  i think i did alright but may have a tinker

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