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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

From Cassiopeia to Cepheus

This spring season I have shot wider field images with 300 mm f2.8 camera optics. Here are couple of panoramic mosaic images made by overlapping photos.

I do many of my mosaic images by shooting individual artworks pre planned so, that after few years I have overlapping photos from most of the area. Then I do some additional shots to fill the gaps.
My workflow is so constant, that very little or none tweaking is needed when it's time to joint the pieces together.

From CTB1 to Cave nebula
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CTB1 supernova remnant at upper left, Cave Nebula at upper right. Image is in mapped colors from a light from the ionized elements, hydrogen = green, sulfur = red and oxygen = blue.
Link to CTB1 image, Link to Cave Nebula area photo,

Even wider view
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From Cassiopeia to Cepheus

Unfinished mosaic with Cederblad 214 (The Cosmic Question Mark)
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CTB1 (Abell 85)
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Image is in mapped colours, from the emission of ionized elements, R=Sulphur, G=Hydrogen and B=Oxygen. 

An older longer focal length image back from 2016
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Mosaic in visual colors

Large mosaic photograph, shot between 2014 - 2020, 160h
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