Just some pictures taken this week with my Canon EOS 800D - amazingly we had clear skies for a change!
2 day old moon, 26th March - 300mm lens, ISO 400, 1.7 secs
26th March - ISS Mag 3.6, 18mm lens, ISO 400, 30 secs
I've used Photoshop (very much a novice) for contrast, brightness, colour to try and show more stars and improve the image - any advice though to get the sky more uniformally black would be appreciated.
28th March -Moon /Venus /Pleiades "triangle" and the beginning of the ISS pass over Lancaster
55 mm lens,ISO 3,200, 6 secs
Wide angle of the shot above - unfortunately not as pin- prick sharp as I would have wanted, but nevertheless an entry in my yearly astronomical events diary.
18mm lens, ISO 3,200, 7.5 secs