Deep Sky Photography

Photographing Deep Sky is the most difficult part of Astro photography.

Now the digital revolution opens a lot of possibilities. Digital Astro photography isn't as hard as the classical photography.
It's a complete different experience.

Heart & Soul Nebulae in Cassiopeia

Date: 17/10/2010
Telescope: Contax Zeiss Sonnar 135mm f:4
Mount: EQ6
Camera: Canon EOS 350Da with Astonomik 13nm h-alpha clip filter
Exposure: 17 X 480 sec @ 1600asa RAW + darks
Autoguiding: Vixen Guidescope with ALccd5 + PHD guiding
Treatment: Deepskystacker and Photoshop
Remarks: First attempt to shoot h-alpha with the modified eos 350da. Needs more exposure...

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