Magellanic Clouds

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Magellanic Clouds

Postby pixelsaurus » Sat Mar 21, 2015 4:40 am

Pentax K-500 at ISO 3200, 20 secs, tripod mounted. No NR, no darks, no flats ,no bias, tweaked in ACR, resized and run through Neat Image. Pentax 18-55mm DAL lens set to 18mm. Overlooking Otaki, NZ. Sorry about the horizon. :))

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