After every galaxy season I try to update this. 2021 was a harsh year in many ways, but I was still able to expand the canvas a bit. I was able to scale them appropriately according to relative angular size. Most were taken at an image scale of 0.65"/pixel, so even though I had to down sample the final image by 50% to make the file size more manageable, there is still some decent detail in many of the galaxies in full resolution. It includes all of the major types: spiral (barred and unbarred, edge on and face on), elliptical, lenticular, irregular, peculiar/warped, interacting/merging, flocculent, Seyfert, starburst, dwarf, ring, double ring and polar ring.
This is from fifteen years of imaging with different scopes and cameras, so quality and detail will vary. All were imaged from Bortle white(SQM 17.8 mag/arc-sec2) zone in NJ, USA.
CCDs: Meade DSI Pro II and III, QSI 540 and 640 wsg
Guide camera: SX Lodestar
Telescopes: Meade 10" LX200R @ F/10 and Celestron 9.25"Edge @ F/10 or F/7.
Optec TCF-SI focuser
Mounts: LX200 fork and Avalon M Uno
Software: APT, Maxim LE, PHD, CCD Stack, Photoshop CC