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.

The three open clusters in Auriga: M36, M37 and M38

Date: 26/11/2006
Lens: Zeiss Sonnar (Contax) 135mm f:4 with Lumicon Minus Violet filter
System: prime focus
Camera: Canon EOS 350D
Exposure: 15 X 180 sec @ 800asa
Autoguiding: no autoguiding
Treatment: DslrStar + Registax + Photoshop

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