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Old 12-10-2020, 07:25 AM
raf.serrano (Raf)
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Not so deep space - Magellanic clouds

An image I got last year out of an accident and lack of preparation - I was on holidays in Phillip Island, the sky was clear and I reckon light pollution was so much lesser than in Melbourne so I tried to shoot the milky way, however the moon was high in the sky so settled for these objects I faintly see above the horizon.

This was taken on a tripod with a single shot, if I knew stacking back then I would have gotten more shots to clean up the image a bit.

I was using an ultra wide zoom lens at 24mm f2.8, about 30% crop on a full frame sensor.
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