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Post Options Post Options   Quote WestCoastCannuck Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2019 at 05:43
Originally posted by der dickgg der dickgg wrote:

My very first attempt: Sony NEX-7 with 16-50mm PZ @ 16mm, f/11, 30 sec. ISO 3200. Taken without tripod, the camera was put on a table and the screen tilted(!) to put the camera in the right position.
The picture was made during a mountain hike in Italia in front of the Rifugio Falere in Aosta, during a crispy night.



Very nice! I would offer ideas for you.... but you already have more experience with this one shot than I do.
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Here is the 27 % Waning moon from a couple mornings ago.

First using my lens that allows me to post here

Minolta 400/4.5 plus 2X TC   ZWO ASI183MM camera
opens to full 100 % pixel size of 8.2MP


And this one with my Celestron C8.
Two piece mosaic
Opens to full size of 17.5 MP



Clear Skies!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote clk230 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 October 2019 at 09:35
Originally posted by der dickgg der dickgg wrote:

My very first attempt: Sony NEX-7 with 16-50mm PZ @ 16mm, f/11, 30 sec. ISO 3200.
Nice work Dick, looks like you've captured a good range of star colours. Something to try next time is to open the aperture up a bit and let some more light in. Guaranteed the stars won't be as round though (especially towards the corners)!

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Here is the 27 % Waning moon from a couple mornings ago.
Lovely Mike!
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A quick snap on the way home tonight after sunset. A99ii, 400/4.5, 1/25s, ISO2000

6 % With a little Earthshine by Mike Nash, on Flickr
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Shot last night in mediocre seeing with Cirrus cloud cover on top! And that is the best I have had for some time.

With Minolta 400/4.5 and ZWO ASI183MM camera.


With C8 - A closer look at Copernicus and Sinus Iridum





Clear Skies!!!

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Goodmorning everyone
a very strange phenomenon





 



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"6%..." is a beautiful photo, Mike - well done.

Francis, that is well spotted, and well captured and processed. Unusual indeed.

Thank you both, for sharing these photos.
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