"The Orion nebula is a place where stars are born."
Here’s 3 different pictures I took of the Orion nebula.
The first one was taken around last year when I just started astrophotography, the 2nd was 2 weeks ago and the 3rd was last night.
1. Canon 1000D 75mm. 8 second exposure.
2. Canon 1000D 300mm + CG5 mount. 40x 30 second exposures.
3. Canon 1000D x2 lens + C6N + CG5 mount. 50x 40 second exposures.
Today marks 1 year since I first started Astrophotography!
This day last year I took my first ever picture of the moon and well, the rest they say is history!
Here’s a few shots I took last night.
I’ve used professional shots for comparison as mine are usually unclear.
All of mine (on the left) are just single 30 seconds frames whereas the professional shots are hours of stacked frames.
M57 The ring nebula
M27 The dumbbell nebula
M11 The wild duck cluster
Just a quick video I made of the night sky and how it changes over 2 hours. (0:11)