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Old 22-10-2019, 12:21 PM
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You certainly should not be put off by everybody doing it, just aim to keep
improving your renditions of it until you get one that you can be proud of.
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Old 23-10-2019, 12:08 AM
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A very nice image.

As you say, everyone does it and so did I last year, but having improved some equipment issues I am going to hit it again this year and have a real go at it with everything I have learned in the mean time. I am not turned off by it being something everyone has a go at. it is there, so you might as well.

Last year I was having reflection issues which spoiled the image so I want to have another go.
Thanks Paul, improvements with equipment & processing skills keep us coming back to these targets year after year. In that context I guess they never get old. I liked your images of NGC 253 in the main forum also,
especially the wide field version, it gave the Galaxy a sense of depth you don't get with the object on it's own.
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You certainly should not be put off by everybody doing it, just aim to keep
improving your renditions of it until you get one that you can be proud of.
Happy snapping
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Thanks Raymo, I couldn't agree more. Good to see you popping in on the forum again too.
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Great job with a relatively small amount of data on my favourite target. Some nice dark nebulosity and stars well controlled.
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Great job with a relatively small amount of data on my favourite target. Some nice dark nebulosity and stars well controlled.
Thank you very much Kelvin, I'd like to take a leaf out of your book & do a mosaic of the greater Orion molecular cloud at some stage. I've got a bit of a learning curve ahead of me before that though.
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