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steveward53
Carpal Tunnel


Reged: 05/14/12

Loc: Newmarket,UK
Sun in whitelight 15th January 2013 , 14:00 UTC
      #5624210 - 01/15/13 11:17 AM

A little blotchy today I'm afraid , had to include more cloud than I'd like . . .

Lots of snow laden grey about here still but needs must ...

Threw all 24 frames in the mix and did the usual multi-stack bit again , it'll do.



1000D + ST120 + ND3.8 + 1.8 x Barlow + UHC + S/L.
1/320s @ ISO 200 , 24/24 , Reg 5.1 , Gimp2.8.

Day by day album . . . http://www.astrobin.com/users/steveward53/


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rigel123
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Reged: 06/29/09

Loc: SW Ohio
Re: Sun in whitelight 15th January 2013 , 14:00 UTC new [Re: steveward53]
      #5624920 - 01/15/13 06:14 PM

It's killing me to miss all of this activity! Nice shot!

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raylal
Carpal Tunnel


Reged: 04/19/10

Loc: Cornwall, Ont., Canada
Re: Sun in whitelight 15th January 2013 , 14:00 UTC new [Re: rigel123]
      #5625733 - 01/16/13 07:50 AM

Beautiful shot Steve. Thanks for sharing, did not get a chance yet to even see this monster.

Ray


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GooglyEyes
sage


Reged: 11/29/11

Loc: Colorado
Re: Sun in whitelight 15th January 2013 , 14:00 UTC new [Re: raylal]
      #5626128 - 01/16/13 12:45 PM

Another beautiful shot, Steve.

Have only had a couple of clear days in the last 30... so, I really enjoy what you post.


Mar


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Andy Devey
Carpal Tunnel


Reged: 05/06/11

Re: Sun in whitelight 15th January 2013 , 14:00 UTC new [Re: GooglyEyes]
      #5626350 - 01/16/13 03:02 PM

That is a stunning shot Steve

Regards

Andy


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steveward53
Carpal Tunnel


Reged: 05/14/12

Loc: Newmarket,UK
Re: Sun in whitelight 15th January 2013 , 14:00 UTC new [Re: Andy Devey]
      #5626470 - 01/16/13 04:04 PM

Thanks all ,

Was a pity about the clouds because the seeing was very good ,
and got better by the hour , I got an hours break in the cloud later and got my best shot of the Moon for ages , everything was just still it was amazing , got more detail with the DSLR than everyone else was getting with 14 shot mosaics from planetary cameras . . .

Unfortunately the fog rolled over shortly after and is still there 28 hours later . . .

Steve.


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