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Deep Field: From California to the Pleiades: Comments

Rob McCaffery (Contact, Page), November 3rd, 2009, 14:33

Absolutely amazing image, your ability to capture the surrounding "dustiness" adds so much depth that's missing from all the other images I've seen of this subject. Looking forward to seeing more from you!



Sam (Contact, Page), November 5th, 2009, 21:10

Yet another stunner. Great work, Rogelio!



RBA (Contact, Page), November 5th, 2009, 21:37

Thanks Rob, thanks Sam!



Jan Rek (Contact, Page), November 17th, 2009, 6:14

You have a unique and dramatic style to your presentation. These are fascinating compilations and they are a real pleasure to view.



Katja Matthias (Contact, Page), November 20th, 2009, 7:01

Hi Rogelio, really great pictures! But I can't find a way to contact you on the webpage. Can you please get in touch? I am working on a film project, and we would be interested in including some of your photographs. Thanks a lot, looking forward to hearing from you, Katja



RBA (Contact, Page), November 20th, 2009, 9:32

Thanks Jan!

Katja, my contact info is in the "About me" page:
http://blog.deepskycolors.com/about.html
Sorry for the confusion!



Brian D. Brengle (Contact, Page), November 30th, 2009, 14:04

WoW! What an exciting image! I had to double check my star charts. It never really occurred to me that M45 and NGC1499 were adjacent to one another. The molecular cloudiness in the Orion Spur and Perseus Arm of our galaxy is amazing. I have viewed quite a few extremely well done astro-images but this one really dropped my jaw!

Steady Seeing,
Brian D. Brengle
Sussex County Astronomy Society, Lewes, Delaware



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