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Hi all I have reprocessed part of the rosette nebula,I thought I would share, thanks for looking
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What did you do differently? What do you like or dislike about your newer version?
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jrkirkham wrote: Wed Feb 28, 2024 7:13 pm What did you do differently? What do you like or dislike about your newer version?
Hi Rob I altered the Gradexpert to different settings to take out the gradients,used noise exterminator a few times,used Affinity to process using curves,shadow and highlights and haze.I don't like the small stars as are slightly elongated as did guiding at just under 2 according to the graph on Asair plus.I did 3 minute exposure for an hour.I am still learning with Zwo 585 camera as was originally designed as a planetary camera.I like the details in the image.
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It is a good capture. I always like experimenting to see what I can do differently. Thanks for posting.
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Great improvement Andy!
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