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spacerDate: Thursday, 20.08.2015, 01:44 | Message # 511
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Watsisname, god. you live in such beautiful place!




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SonofStarsDate: Friday, 21.08.2015, 03:40 | Message # 512
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Earlier this year, I took a trip to the Grand Canyon and hiked down to the bottom and camped nearby Phantom Ranch for two nights. This was the first time I was able to take my DSLR to a dark sky area and was quite pleased with the results. A standard tripod and the DSLR were all I used in taking these pictures.








 
FireintheholeDate: Friday, 21.08.2015, 15:02 | Message # 513
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Very nice pictures SonofStars! If you look closely at the Pleiades in the first picture, you can see the Zodiacal light/band. If the brightness and contrast are enhanced the light is more prominent.




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SonofStarsDate: Friday, 28.08.2015, 04:35 | Message # 514
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Took the opportunity to look at the Sun this evening. Both images are the same, the first being the original, the second one a post edited version using an editing app on my phone. I hope to eventually get a tracking mount and a nicer image capture system going for higher resolution pictures but I am quite happy with the results the phone camera provides. Enjoy!






 
midtskogenDate: Monday, 31.08.2015, 05:06 | Message # 515
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A fireball last night from two different locations. At almost 30km/s it didn't survive the atmosphere, but it looks nice nevertheless. smile







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astronikiDate: Monday, 21.09.2015, 16:40 | Message # 516
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Another one taken with the remote telescope at itelescope.net.
This one is 8x5minutes R,G,B and Ha





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anonymousgamerDate: Monday, 28.09.2015, 03:14 | Message # 517
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Supermoon Eclipse in progress





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midtskogenDate: Monday, 28.09.2015, 03:22 | Message # 518
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Clear skies here.

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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Monday, 28.09.2015, 03:26 | Message # 519
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My beginning was fairly decent besides a thin layer of clouds and humidity fogging the lens


Then one long cloud decided it would drift in front of the moon for the entirety of it being red


Got this at the ending though sad





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WatsisnameDate: Monday, 28.09.2015, 05:02 | Message # 520
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Previous day:




Eclipse night:







 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 28.09.2015, 12:33 | Message # 521
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Quote astroniki ()
Another one taken with the remote telescope at itelescope.net.

Gorgeous photo!

Quote Watsisname ()
Eclipse night:

Wow, the mountain with the moon in the background is spectacular, excellent shot.



I took a few photos of my own of the eclipse.










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FireintheholeDate: Monday, 28.09.2015, 17:13 | Message # 522
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Extraordinairy pictures by all! I myself haven't got much of a camera but at least I tried. wink



This is the first total Lunar eclipse I saw since 3rd March 2007. It was just as cool as I remembered!

Btw what is your ISO and shutter speed guys?





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Edited by Fireinthehole - Monday, 28.09.2015, 17:16
 
WatsisnameDate: Monday, 28.09.2015, 18:24 | Message # 523
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Everyone took great photos! @Doc: Sucks for the clouds, but at least you saw a good portion of it, and your shot at the end of totality is really nice.

Quote Fireinthehole ()
Btw what is your ISO and shutter speed guys?

My settings varied a lot due to rapidly changing light conditions. From here, the Moon rose above the theoretical horizon 3 minutes before sunset, and then entered totality 15 minutes later, just before clearing the hills. So when it actually came up, the sky was still so bright that the eclipsed moon was completely invisible! It took an additional ~10 minutes for the sky to get dark enough to spot it, and even then it was only the brightest part (closest to the shadow edge) that could be seen. Another ~15-20 minutes beyond that to become fully visible.

For the early landscape shots, I was at ISO100 f/11 and 4s exposures, then raising to ISO400. Finally, taking close-ups with the dark sky, ISO800 f/5.6 at 1s.





 
CordaxDate: Saturday, 10.10.2015, 04:56 | Message # 524
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Impressive how close to these images it looks ingame
 
pzampellaDate: Tuesday, 20.10.2015, 23:45 | Message # 525
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Hi! I would like some advices about photographing The Pleiades. I have a DSLR camera and no tracking base, so I use DeepSpaceStacker to stack hundreds of images. I've read in several sites that some people uses different ISO to catch different aspects of the nebula, and then stack them together.
I would like to know what should I do? Is there any guide online you could indicate me?

This is my best so far:

As you can see, poorly colored and almost imposible to see the nebula.

Attachments: 3778122.jpg(225Kb)


Edited by pzampella - Tuesday, 20.10.2015, 23:51
 
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