RCE Foto

(i) On JuzaPhoto, please disable adblockers (let's see why!)






Login LogoutJoin JuzaPhoto!
JuzaPhoto uses technical cookies and third-part cookies to provide the service and to make possible login, choice of background color and other settings (click here for more info).

By continuing to browse the site you confirm that you have read your options regarding cookies and that you have read and accepted the Terms of service and Privacy.


OK, I confirm


You can change in every moment your cookies preferences from the page Cookie Preferences, that can be reached from every page of the website with the link that you find at the bottom of the page; you can also set your preferences directly here

Accept CookiesCustomizeRefuse Cookies


  1. Galleries
  2. »
  3. Astrophotography
  4. » 31 m with Pentacom 200 / mm

 
31 m with Pentacom 200 / mm...

Il mio universo

View gallery (17 photos)

31 m with Pentacom 200 / mm sent on November 07, 2016 (18:38) by Colorsacco. 5 comments, 1683 views. [retina]

, Posa B f/4.0, ISO 1600, tripod.

pentax k5 e pentacom da 200 mm f/4 15 foto da 70/140 sec. cad.a 1600 iso su motatura equatoriale az e q6 elaborazione lightroom e deep skystaker foto parzialmente croppata



View High Resolution 7.1 MP  



What do you think about this photo?


Do you have questions or curiosities about this image? Do you want to ask something to the author, give him suggestions for improvement, or congratulate for a photo that you really like?


You can do it by joining JuzaPhoto, it is easy and free!

There is more: by registering you can create your personal page, publish photos, receive comments and you can use all the features of JuzaPhoto. With more than 242000 members, there is space for everyone, from the beginner to the professional.




user28347
avatar
sent on November 07, 2016 (19:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I really like the color the sepia, I would not have cropped if it is centered in order to see more point at the stars

avatarjunior
sent on November 07, 2016 (20:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Unfortunately it was not too centered

I made photos with one machine
Unguided canvases.
However I have not cropped the photo to the truth proanthocyanidins made with a goal of only
200mm the stars are really too many.
Thank you. :-)

avatarjunior
sent on November 07, 2016 (20:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Unfortunately it was not too centered

I made photos with one machine
Unguided canvases.
However I have not cropped the photo to the truth proanthocyanidins made with a goal of only
200mm the stars are really too many.
Thank you. :-)

avatarsenior
sent on November 29, 2023 (23:53) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello. Beautiful!!! But how do you photograph a galaxy with a 200mm? I couldn't even see them with a telescope.... with a 200mm you more or less make the moon... not a galaxy...?! help me understand Colorsacco..

avatarjunior
sent on March 09, 2024 (15:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hi Gion.
sorry for the answer ( very late ).
But it's been a long time since I've read notifications on Juza. Look, we don't see galaxies in the end just because they are very dim compared to stars (brighter). and then because the sky is very polluted, both by stray lights and by the atmosphere, if you go to the high mountains, Andromeda you could see it even with the naked eye.
Clearly with binoculars you would have the opportunity to see more details. With the DSLR holding the lens open for a long time, the sensor collects much more light, so it can pick up more details. In astrophotography, then, it is not a single exposure
but the set of many photos processed with the PC. There are several publications about astrophotography. There are wide-field photos even with only a 50mm. for magnificent shots of nebulae and wide star fields, Hello and sorry again.


RCE Foto

Publish your advertisement on JuzaPhoto (info)

Some comments may have been automatically translated with Microsoft Translator.  Microsoft Translator



 ^

JuzaPhoto contains affiliate links from Amazon and Ebay and JuzaPhoto earn a commission in case of purchase through affiliate links.

Mobile Version - juza.ea@gmail.com - Terms of use and Privacy - Cookie Preferences - P. IVA 01501900334 - REA 167997- PEC juzaphoto@pec.it

May Beauty Be Everywhere Around Me