La Superba region with the 200mm Canon prime lenses

Learnt quite a bit with this image from last night.

  1.  Don’t start taking images too low in the NE Southampton glow – it’s pointless.  Wait until the object is nearer the Zenith.
  2.  If you are going to image in the murk use the smaller field of view of the Sky 90s.
  3.  The Moon is even a bigger pain with gradients with the huge 200mm field of view – so stick to Sky 90 imaging well away from the Moon at this time.
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