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A spider, a Fly and a Couple of tadpoles


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I do like this region and  the FOV and you have captured has a lot of the gaseous nebulosity that surrounds this area- and I like the colour palette - I'm a fan of the browner gold representations in SHO than the bright yellow/golds - and the hue of blue you have got in th etadpoles is very  rich.

What process did you use to mix the channels ? - as you have avoided pink stars and got some really good star colour in the image as well, a  great result - thanks for posting

Bryan

 

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16 hours ago, Astrobdlbug said:

I do like this region and  the FOV and you have captured has a lot of the gaseous nebulosity that surrounds this area- and I like the colour palette - I'm a fan of the browner gold representations in SHO than the bright yellow/golds - and the hue of blue you have got in th etadpoles is very  rich.

What process did you use to mix the channels ? - as you have avoided pink stars and got some really good star colour in the image as well, a  great result - thanks for posting

Bryan

 

 

Thank you and everyone else that has commented.

 

There's definitely a bit of artistic license in the SHO palette and I've played with the hues a bit using the colourmask script to isolate them in PI. As for the stars I usually invert the image and use a mask and scnr to remove the greens (inverted magenta).

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