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  1. IC1848 Soul Nebula 6hrs of 4 min subs Altair Wave 80mm 269c OSC Lextreme filter Captured in NINA Processed in APP, starnett++, Topaz Denoise and PS
  2. About 5hrs of 4 min subs using Lextreme and my Altair 269c OSC Split the Ha and O3 in APP and created a mono image that I used as a false S2 ( attempt ) Converted all to greyscale images in PS and ran all 3 through starnett++ Ran all 3 starless images through topaz denoise Colourised each image Ha to red O3 a blue Shade the S2 a green shade. I then masked in the O3 to the Ha created new later with that combo Masked in the S2 and created new image with the 3 combined. Used the Ha layer and applied that as a luminence layer. Then just tweaked levels of the RGB until got to desired colour or colour that looked good. Camera raw filter to tweak colours and details in Photoshop. Ran through topaz denoise again. Reduced stars then added back to image. Have a look on YouTube at Astro_ed channel ( really informative ) it's following a few of his tutorials which I've done in the past but just then put my own spin on my data.
  3. So I'll bore you all again with round 2 of my Heart Nebula. Played with my processing techniques and churned this out. Have to say I much prefer this version myself.
  4. IC 1805 Heart Nebula 7,500 light years from my garden. AA Wave 80mm AA269c Lextreme This is 5hrs of data captured in NINA over 2 nights in a period of 3 months due to cloud and more cloud!! processed in APP and PS
  5. Both good but prefer the reprocess personally. Looks more like its there, the first one for me looks like it's been stuck there.
  6. Interested to see the outcome of them compared.
  7. Nice image. I currently use the Lextreme which is I think pretty much similar to the filter you've used. My kit is all Altair so may consider swapping. How do you find it?
  8. Nice. Want to do this target myself.
  9. M31 - Andromeda Galaxy Image last night with no moon and no clouds 070921 4hrs of 3 min subs at unity gane 30 of each bias frames Bortle 5 AA Wave 80mm AA 269c OSC Lpro filter Captured in NINA Stacked in APP, processed in Pixinsight and minor tweaks in PS
  10. Busy part of the night sky in the constellation of Cassiopeia. Lobster Claw Nebula, Bubble Nebula, Northern Lagoon Nebula, M52 Star Cluster and Nova Cas 2021 a new star that appeared around spring time as a result of it going super Nova. Targets range from 4,500 light year to 11,500 light year from my garden. 5hrs of 4min subs at unity gane 30 of each bias frames Bortle 5 AA Wave 80mm AA 269c OSC Lextreme filter Captured in NINA Stacked in APP, processed in Pixinsight
  11. Thanks. Will have a play tomorrow. My laptop I left at work.
  12. This tick thing? Do I go into each channel separate and do them. Or the RGB tab ? Where are the numbers you mentioned earlier that show the difference?
  13. I'll try have a play tomorrow. So I just load the image up and open the Histogram Transformation tool?
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