David Luttman

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David Luttman

David Luttman is an avid photographer and amateur astronomer, and is particularly interested in astrophotography.  He uses a 6" Newtonion on a equatorial mount for his observing, and a Canon 10D dSLR for his astrophotography.

Island Star Party
July 1-3, 2005

Composite of 18 exposures

Composite of 7 exposures

M81 & 82
Composite of 21 exposures
All three images above are taken with a Canon 10D dSLR  and a 6" Newtonian telescope. Each image is a composite of 30 second exposures at ISO 800. Processed in Photoshop ACR with +1 stop Exposure compensation, USM, and curves adjusted. Stacked in Registax. All shots had a light "dusting" with Neat Image to remove some Chroma noise.


Aurora at the Island Star Party
July 24/25, 2004 (midnight)


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