nice shot, light pollution is par for the course.. you can get a clip in filter for the DSLR such asalexthegreek said:Hi guys this is alex with another noob question...I hope you enjoy this one...
Milky way season has started so I had my first shooting with a tracker.It went great exept that
as the galaxy rotated, light polution low at the horizon crept in from the bottom right.The galaxy
has the framing I wanted but the light polution is tilted.Any solutions to that?Post or while shooting?
Here's the image
Yet another 'clearly hacked into the Hubble feed' shot. Thank you for showing the enormity and beauty of the universe.telemaq76 said:M17 nebula in h-alpha
20x600 sec subs
+dark, flat, offset
Fab! How did you mount that camera to the lens? Are there adaptors available? I tried the other way, mounting a DSLR onto a telescope, but the results were inferior (mostly because I was limited to HD video with no 1:1 magnification on the sensor).telemaq76 said: