Tonight I took a photo of the Milky Way, Saturn and Jupiter from the northern edge of Lake Constance towards Switzerland and the Alps. The image is a single shot with an EOS6D plus a 14mm Samyang lens (exposure time 15s, ISO 6400). I post processed the frame with Raw Therapee and with GIMP.
Recently it happened that I caught Comet Neowise and ISS (International Space Station) in one shot – just by accident! The results, and how that happened I describe in this little article…
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In a clear night on La Palma I made some single-shots from the moon, the Orion nebula, the Andromeda galaxy and the Triangulum galaxy.
Recently Dark Sky Travels Magazine contacted me and asked if they could publish one of my blog articles in their magazine. The article describes how one can use DeepSkyStacker to stack conventional DSLR camera RGB frames. Of course I didn’t say no and in the end it just happened and I saw my article on page 42/43 in Issue 4 of the DarkSkyTravels magazine!
I am very happy about that opportunity and the chance to share my experience this way.
Thanks and clear skies!