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 Post subject: Photomicroscopy
PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:34 pm 
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As the weather hasn't been too good for deep-sky imaging I've also been carrying out a lot of photomicroscopy and high-speed flash work.
Here's an example of the photomicroscopy: ... 951960100/
What's a little bit different about this one is that it is a PTGui-stitched mosaic of 12 individual frames.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 6:58 pm 

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Thats pretty impressive!!!

Is it me or could the levels do with a slight boost? The whites look a tad grey to me.

I know what your saying about the weather for deep-sky imaging. Ive really taken to this lately (partly inspired by your stuff on here.) and Ive been glad to get out at least 3 times in the past two weeks.

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