Visibility IV / V
The picture shows the dark nebulae LDN1355 / 1377 found on the border of Cassiopeia and Giraffe and at least the VdB 9 reflection fog (on the left side of the brightest star). This project of The Helping Hand Nebula was the "last haystack" on the back of this camel, which cut off my own interest in filming such dim dim sky subjects from Finland's poor star photography.
I started my photography project on September 22, 2019 and filmed faithfully, weather permitting, until December 10, 2019 (eight nights in total), after which I felt I had recovered a pinch of enough photons to this dim nebula. My goal was to shoot more 23 x 5 min single exposures into the luminance channel than now in the final stack, but out of a total of 51 photographed luminance frames, only 23 had even some trace of that dim fog! In the abandoned wasted screens, the transparency of the night sky in that shooting had been somewhere between miserable and inadequate, so that that dim fog no longer separated the glow of the background sky by stretching the image. Thus, I did not consider it appropriate to use all of the described luminescence squares for the final stack of this image.
I did did the infamous description of the weather, the only possible conclusion Finland and I sold completely out of the charismatic 10 "Newton kuvausputkeni and the associated komakorjain / lyhentimen (bring a combination made kuvausputkestani F2.8 charismatic photon-cleaner) and I put the same sales package also fair deep sky photographing QSI CCD Camera There will no longer be any motivation here to engage in ds shooting if the "seemingly clear" shooting evenings of the entire fall (4 months) are spent shooting raw images of one such fog, as was the case with this shooting project.
Thus, a shooting hobby that will be completed somewhat faster will be replaced by such deep sky photography, which is too demanding for Finnish photography. So far I have not regretted my decision at all i.e. every time and hobby should produce joy and not become as laborious and frustrating as it has been here.