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Old 06-03-2019, 01:06 PM
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Widefields last night Nambucca Heads

Crystal clear night, yesterday I used the 6d +24-105L set to 35mm f/5.6 and took 20 subs of 2 minutes each. Stacked with Siril and postprocessed with Photoshop CC2019.
EDIT: Updated image. Foreground from one frame.

The other is 18 subs of only 15 seconds without tracking, Samyang 14 f/2.8 set to f/4, stacked with Starry Landscape stacker and postprocessed with Photoshop.
Jupiter near the Pipe Nebula, Crux in the palm tree on the right, Eta just right of it on the trees.
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Love #1. Very close to what you'd see visually.
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I like Number 1 also. All those different foilage plants against the stars. My favourite kind of wide field.
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