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Taken by Shahrin Ahmad on November 19, 2013 @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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It was difficult to get a good view of the comet, during this monsoon season in Malaysia. However, the heavy rain the day before somehow clears up the sky from haze, allowing me to finally catch Comet ISON before it gets to low in the horizon.
Canon 5DMkii, TS65Q (F=420mm), ISO200, 30sec exposure
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Good job, I like to see single, unstacked images as well as the heavily processed ones. Your photo is more realistic for most observers. Im going to try to track after perihelion as you did but stay with single exposures at as low ISO as possible, and include some foregrounds in my fixed shots. Chris, Santa Fe NM
Posted by bccomet 2013-11-19 18:11:53
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