"First Light" from the tracking mount - A wide field view of the Orion Nebula
"First Light" from the tracking mount - A wide field view of the Orion Nebula
First attempt at tracked astrophotography is a relatively much shorter exposure (20 mins) of the Orion Nebula using a 50mm F/1.8 lens on D5300.
First attempt at tracked astrophotography is a relatively much shorter exposure (20 mins) of the Orion Nebula using a 50mm F/1.8 lens on D5300.
Zooming closer into the Orion Nebula
Zooming closer into the Orion Nebula
Zooming closer into the Orion Nebula
Zooming closer into the Orion Nebula
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.
May not be the cleanest of photos, but as long as it gets closer to the nebula, it will be a memorable one. 3min stack (500mm, ISO1000, 30s) using D5300.

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