AstronomyUkraine Posted May 7, 2021 Share Posted May 7, 2021 While my mount is out of action for a few weeks, I decided to reprocess some old data taken last year, using dynamic narrowband combinations found here. The process requires the SHO data to be stretched before combining, then continue with your normal workflow. The result is pretty impressive as you can see below. The final image was obtained combining a normal SHO combination, and the dynamic combination. I used a 50/50 mix in Pixelmath. The top image is a normal SHO combination, the second image is the SHO/dynamic SHO combination. 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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