“Salute to El Cap”-
-Standing in the Merced River and looking up at El Cap is one helluva perspective. Surrounded by giant pines and towering mountain faces was a dream come true. Thanks @cokinusa @benrousa and @canonusa for the amazing gear to properly capture this place.
Second try at Comet 46P/Wirtanen. Trying to get more of the tail to show up but think I’ve got a little bit too much light pollution here at the house.
I did two minutes subs with a monochrome camera and a filter wheel about 30 min Lum and the rest of the time was for RGB. Total integration time 78 minutes.
Equipment Asi1600mm cool camera, Celestron CGX Mount. Telescope William optics 71mm Pixinsight, Photoshop cc, Lightroom cc.
“When the whirlwind passes by, the wicked is no more,
But the righteous has an everlasting foundation.” Proverbs 10:25
~ in a time of ever increasing disaster, what is your foundation? #アーメン 📷
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Sylvan Lake, South Dakota. Congratulations to Eden Bhatta. “A cropped view of a pano stitch ('In Trance') I did earlier this summer. It was a calm and peaceful night that induced stellar reflection,” says Eden. || Please show support to our guest artists by visiting their IG gallery.
TECHNIQUE & EXIF: Tracked Panorama (the original is a mosaic of 40 images) • Canon 5D Mk4 + Sigma Art 50mm f/1.4 • Each Sky exposure - 3 min, f/2.8, ISO 800 (tracked with Skywatcher Star Adventurer) • Each foreground exposure - 60 cec, f/4, ISO 1600 • Each reflection exposure - 20 sec, f/1.4, IS0 6400.
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