1. GlimmerMan_v2.0

    Post your Star Trails Images

    Thread for Star Trails images and techniques. This image is from the backcountry at Big Bend National Park, around 4 hrs of images at 20 sec each, merged in StarStaX. Some very good (previous) feedback on this image was to make a few exposures for the foreground to add more interest to the...
  2. Grizz


    I did not get this centered! But I Think what is in the frame came out ok. lol Should have used the .63 reducer. 10" LX200 @ f/10 CQ350 Pro mount ASI 294MC main camera ASI174 MM MIni Guide camera OAG 60 120" 30 180"
  3. HannahsDad

    Question from seasoned traveler about celestial shooting in Grand Teton and Yellowstone

    So, we go to Grand Teton and Yellowstone every year and have for the past 13 years. We generally stay in each park for about two weeks, sometimes longer. I have just about all of the requisite shots in both parks. I am looking for some creative ideas from folks on what to shoot that hasn't...
  4. Slagrim

    NGC 4535 (Lost Galaxy of Copeland)

    Located in the constellation of Virgo NGC 4535 has a hazy, somewhat ghostly, appearance when viewed from a smaller telescope. The bright blueish colors indicate the presence of young hot stars. Yellow tones of the central area is home to stars which are older and cooler. The galaxy was captured...
  5. digital paradise

    Our Moon

    One evening just before sunset I was out testing my R in low light and I noticed the moon. I posted the original file. This was through the sky filled with smoke from the forest fires in Canada this summer. Messed around with it a bit. R7, 100-500 and 1.4 - hand held.
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