I've been imaging the planets and the Moon since the 1960's. In the early days it was film, and processing involved late nights in the darkroom with smelly chemicals. Today I spend most of my time in a digital darkroom, called PhotoShop.
Currently I use a C14 on a Celestron CGE mount, with a tandem mounted TMB130 refractor as a guide scope and deep sky lens. For cameras, I use both a DMK21AF04 and Lumenera Skynyx 2-0M. These are both industrial high frame rate low noise cameras designed for planetary imaging. I also use a Canon 300D for deep sky and an SBIG ST7E for photometry.
All of my photos are not in this new gallery just yet. I'll be moving them in gradually, but until then, you can find most of the past 5 years of work at the link below:
Link to earlier images
I also have a somewhat neglected blog. Here's the link if you'd like to take a look:
Link to my blog
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