So people seemed to quite like the image I posted yesterday so im posting another one, this time the moon is just rising above some clouds. Getting images of the moon with foreground detail is bloody difficult and can only be done when its low in the sky.
Orion Nebula Complex by Neil Winston Via Flickr: This is the first deep sky photo I’ve taken with my Canon 6D. The camera is unmodified, and I’m impressed with its performance.
Exposure: 53x300s, 15x60s, 20x20s second exposures at ISO 1600
Camera: Canon EOS 6D (Unmodified)
Telescope: Orion ED80 with .85x Focal Reducer
Mount: Losmandy G-11
Guider: Orion SSAG through ST80
Exposures shot RAW in BYEOS, stacked in Deep Sky Stacker, and processed in Photoshop
Added some more data to my image of the California Nebula. Only my 2nd narrowband image so still learning but ive mapped the Ha to Green and Blue and the SII to Red, no OIII was captured. This object has moved out of my FOV now so its time to move on and image something else.