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Apr 20, 2020 09:59 |  #7486

patrick j wrote in post #19046680 (external link)
A gust of wind blew some snow off the trees, barely had any time to get a couple of shots off. Of course, once I was ready, the wind died down again. Pretty danged cold for April.


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Apr 20, 2020 20:29 |  #7487

I went outside and into the back garden this morning to play with the Paper Wasps on our Sacred Bamboo Shrub.

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Apr 21, 2020 09:27 |  #7488

I haven't really shot much lately but I found my peach tree is blooming some flowers this year. R with 135L

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Apr 21, 2020 12:54 |  #7489

Hand held focus stacks of some tiny flowers in my yard:


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Apr 21, 2020 23:11 |  #7490

Took these in my backyard today. First time I've used the 100-400 with adapter on the R. I'm really happy with the results.


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Apr 22, 2020 18:30 |  #7491

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Great shot, what lens?


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Apr 22, 2020 18:35 |  #7492

wxjef wrote in post #19049858 (external link)
Just curious what everyone is using for sensor cleaning? Seems I got a dust bunny in the middle of my sensor that is very resistive to the bulb blower. Is there a wet kit I can get off b&h that is recommended? It's been a long time since I've swabbed a sensor.


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Apr 22, 2020 18:59 |  #7493

It's been a while since I got out to shoot. On the way to the sunset shoot it started to rain but kept going. After the rain stopped I was blessed with some pretty colored clouds.

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Apr 22, 2020 20:08 as a reply to  @ LoneRider's post |  #7494

Bower 14mm MF f2.8




  
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Apr 22, 2020 23:28 as a reply to  @ LoneRider's post |  #7495

Thanks! Added it to the list :-)




  
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Apr 23, 2020 14:48 |  #7496

Pointed my R strapped to a guided telescope again (this time with additional guiding) and took about an hours worth of one minute exposures. I may be asking a little bit too much from this set up. I used a short 600mm f/7.5 celestron refractor. Pretty heavy crop and not the best data or processing of said data. :-)

Edit: forgot to say what this was, grand design spiral galaxy, messier 51 aka the whirlpool :)


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Apr 23, 2020 16:17 |  #7497

wxjef wrote in post #19051787 (external link)
Pointed my R strapped to a guided telescope again (this time with additional guiding) and took about an hours worth of one minute exposures. I may be asking a little bit too much from this set up. I used a short 600mm f/7.5 celestron refractor. Pretty heavy crop and not the best data or processing of said data. :-)
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Wow - is that the Whirlpool Galaxy, Messier 51?

Excellent result.:-)

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Apr 23, 2020 16:38 as a reply to  @ nardes's post |  #7498

Yes! lol in my haste, I forgot to post what it was I took a picture of  :p




  
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Apr 24, 2020 00:10 |  #7499

It looks better than the first photos from The Hubble. lol


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Apr 24, 2020 03:09 |  #7500

Re-doing a few photos, this turned out pretty well.


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