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    Not the actual meteor shower but after taking so many 30 secs exposures and catching few in my limited field, my other option was to play a bit with PS while merging the images ;-) .

    Shooting night by Enrique Waizel, on Flickr

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    Fun play Enrique! - If it were mine i might up the levels on the highlights (10-20%) so we can see the colour pop harder against the black.
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    Great job on the star trails. I might try incorporating something interesting in the foreground (trees, building, etc) to add to the compositional aspect.

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    So beautifull, but I think it should be up the levels on the highlights,too !!

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    When I'm stacking images, I use StarTrails - free software download. Also good for this is Registax - also free software download......sure is addicting!

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