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Wide-field imaging was where I started to show the pictures that I had taken to family and friends.  Before that, my pictures were just a blur.  Eventhough these pictures are not of the highest quality, at least I can that I shot them and that is how you learn.  You can get by with a just a camera and a tri-pod to start, then work your way up to guided imaging.  After I jumped into CCD imaging, I left out  wide-field imaging time while out under the stars.  I plan to get back into it in the near future.  Here are some images that I did five or six years ago, enjoy.

To view the details on each image, including how I imaged it, just click on the name or the image.

 

"The Center of the Milky Way"

 

"Circumpolar Stars"

 

"Scorpius Stars"

 

"Cygnus Stars"

All the images in this site are Copyright 1999-2014 by Kevin Hearst.
Commercial use of these images without the prior written consent or knowledge of the author is strictly prohibited..