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Oct 20, 2011 22:45 |  #16

Thanks Paul!
Yes, I did use a tracking mount (Kenko skymemo) and a wide angle (14mm) Samyang lens.




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Oct 21, 2011 12:06 |  #17

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Oct 21, 2011 16:36 |  #18

Always nice to see galaxy center :)


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Oct 21, 2011 16:46 |  #19

I've got a few of these ;-)a

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Oct 22, 2011 02:29 |  #20

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Oct 22, 2011 09:24 |  #21

Here's mine , taken from Ft.Davis Texas State Park .




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Oct 22, 2011 09:49 |  #22

Omg I'm stunned how do you guys do this? Do you see the stars like that for real? I guess I won't be able to this here in Belgium (too much light)


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Oct 22, 2011 10:07 |  #23

LollieLaurie wrote in post #13289166external link
Omg I'm stunned how do you guys do this? Do you see the stars like that for real? I guess I won't be able to this here in Belgium (too much light)

Here in Arizona if I go out of the city, I can clearly see the milky way, and some detail, but not as much as you can bring out with a long exposure on a good camera. It's still beautiful and amazing though.


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Oct 22, 2011 23:15 as a reply to paul3221's post |  #24

Well I'm not nearly as good as you guys are but here is my first attempt at it. I did a vertical panorama with 4 30 second exposures. Not sure how you guys get such great colors in your though. Would love to learn that trick.

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Oct 23, 2011 09:55 |  #25

SVTmaniac wrote in post #13291638external link
Well I'm not nearly as good as you guys are but here is my first attempt at it. I did a vertical panorama with 4 30 second exposures. Not sure how you guys get such great colors in your though. Would love to learn that trick.

Chris,
That is a very good shot. As far as the colors go, it doesn't look like you captured the galactic center. That is where most of the brighter, more colorful areas are. Around here, the core will be most visible to the South, close to the Horizon. It is best viewed from July thru September.


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Oct 23, 2011 11:17 |  #26

Todd

I like the colors in your images, very consistent.




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Oct 23, 2011 14:25 |  #27

Fantastic! all of this images are realy incredible.
Has anyone use or know a light tripod with some guiding engine to do those images?


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Oct 23, 2011 19:53 |  #28

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Oct 23, 2011 20:51 |  #29

jeam wrote in post #13293915external link
Fantastic! all of this images are realy incredible.
Has anyone use or know a light tripod with some guiding engine to do those images?

All of mine are on a stationary tripod, but I've heard others talk about using thisexternal link for tracking.


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Oct 23, 2011 21:00 |  #30

Some use the AstroTracexternal link




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