Does light pollution affect astrophotography? How much? Since about three years ago I started in astrophotography, I always heard that the only possible images from lowland were the narrow band ones, that is H-alpha, Oxygen III and Sulphur. All because of the poor quality of the sky because of light pollution that Italy unfortunately holds the record in Europe (in the negative sense of course). Therefore, for some time, I worked exclusively with interference filters that enabled me to produce, in all, good quality images, imaging from my house placed on the lowland at the border between Friuli and Veneto.
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