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  1. David_L

    M16 from Astro campsite

    Absolutely nailed it Carole - excellent reprocessing in this latest version! The browny/reds seem much more under control and blend really well with the rest of the palette. David
  2. I really liked the first one for the glowing colours on the left of the image as they really accentuate Pelican ...but of course the second image is bringing out the nebulosity in fine detail Great work! David
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    North America And Pelican HaRgb

    Excellent star colours and real depth to the image especially in the northern part of North America but also in the Gulf :-) David
  4. That is really cool - well done David
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    M42 LHaRHaGB, M44 and NGC 2244

    Thank you very much Carole - I learned a lot processing this one :-)
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    M42 LHaRHaGB, M44 and NGC 2244

    As seen in the May 2018 "Hot Shots" section of Sky at Night magazine :-)
  7. Good work :-) ....try Morphological Transformation to reduce the stars and bring out the nebula :-) David
  8. Blechhhh! LOL! I like my red one :-) David
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    M16 from Astro campsite

    Nice work Carole I like the first one as the second has turned the black sky blue :-) David
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    Dark Nebulas in Cepheus and M101

    Really impressive work - well done :-) David
  11. David_L

    Kelling Heath Spring 2018?

    Phone signal was execellent Carole - 4g, text and phone no problem.
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    Kelling Heath Spring 2018?

    I'm 358 on Red / Thurs to Tues Weather looks good ...ish :-) David
  13. I put the pictures through a gif maker so I could see the difference clearly It sure looks like you're getting more nebulosity in the new image - good effort :-) David

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