Im having some trouble getting my images to turn out properly and am turning to y'all for advice. First I will provide a description of my equipment, then some of the photos I have taken. Let me know if theres anything you think I'm doing wrong / could be doing better. Any help would be much appreciated. I believe all my equipment is set up properly and I believe it has something to do with my exposure time / imaging specifically.
- Telescope: Celestron 130mm x 650mm Newtonian Reflector
- Camera: Cannon Rebel T5
- Mount: Celestron AVX
- Capturing Software: Backyard EOS
- Stacking Software: DeepSkyStacker
157 x30 second subs @800 iso stacked
I do believe I have corrected some of the significant coma and pinched optics by re-collimating and backing off my mirror clips. I am also under Bortle class 6 skies. I was wondering if there is anything I can do to improve my images further. To me they appear quite noisy and the color depth really isn't there. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks & clear skies y'all!
Edited by 18sampson, 11 July 2020 - 12:38 AM.