Since I bought my first scope - a completely hidden world revealed itself to me.
I image the members of our Solar System, the International Space Station (ISS), also airplanes/ISS transiting the Moon/Sun/planets - so basically everything that is not on planet Earth :)
The title refers to my attempt to start making more detailed photos, so I did some research and the surprising result hit me. I really thought the key to a good photo is eyepiece (EP) projection rather than prime focus.
Well looks like I was wrong.
Prime focus on the left and EP projection on the right
An original size Prime focus photo
So the comparison of the best three photos of Saturn (Dated 04.28., 05.03., 05.04.)