Sometimes IC1848 is also called the soul nebula, can you see why? This is my longest exposure yet. The 35mm h-alpha filter allowed to bring out the faint nebulosity in spite of the nearly full moon.
IC 1805 is a cloud of glowing hydrogen in the constellation Perseus. The gas is ionized by the hot young stars of the cluster Melotte 15 at the nebula’s center.Read More
The North America (NGC7000) and Pelican Nebula (IC7000) get their iconic shapes from an obscuring cloud of dust that is silhouetted against the glowing cloud of ionized hydrogen.Read More
I used the new moon weekend before the nights become too short later in June to shoot some images of the summer Milky Way.Read More
The constellation Virgo is home to the Virgo galaxy cluster, the largest in our vicinity (if you count millions of lightyears as vicinity). The image above are individual crops from an image taken with a 60mm refractor telescope.Read More
I used the 127mm f/8 refractor together with a Nikon TC20EIII teleconverter on the Nikon D750, resulting in a focal length of about 2m. The picture is a combination of 24 exposures of 1/20s. First I aligned the pictures using PIPP to be able to stack them in AutoStakkert 3. Sharpening was done in Registax 6. In Photoshop I followed Dylan O’Donnell’s process for HDR moon images by combining the stack with a single 20s exposure using a layer mask in Photoshop, some final touches were added in Lightroom.