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johnfosteruk

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  1. A wide RGB image plus inverted version and a larger mono, worth viewing at full size. 150 frames each. Pipp>AS!3>IMPPG and Photoshop for the RGB.
  2. Disgusting behaviour, although a Jaffa Cake may serve as a suitable bribe for the judge to overlook the details
  3. Nice session this evening. Observing, then imaging and finished off with a quick iPhone snap before I process the big images. Captured with ProCam, sharpened with PS Express it’ll probably look awful on a proper screen
  4. A quick image of the moon looking very atmospheric surrounded by a bit of light local cloud. I actually took 4 shots and stacked in photoshop to allow me to sharpen it up a little and raise the background sky level without introducing too much noise.
  5. lovely shots, and yes, you've got the wrong debayer setting. Toggle it the other way and you'll sort it.
  6. One more for good measure before I turn in. Quickmaps has layers to show different imagery and this is a layer showing the area when it's on/near the terminator. It's a little earlier than tonights views hence the elongated shadow. I've also turned on the contour layer to show the elevation.
  7. This should take you straight to our ROI, with a little topographical info for good measure https://quickmap.lroc.asu.edu/query?layers=NrBsFYBoAZIRnpEoAsjZwLpNKG%2BscB2fDbMADlPnNAE5rDgjZWakiE2mAmOuqt3J9%2BjTOKQ9QPRkmBSuBcgGZoPQUskVVYicDhwo3OQbRCkBkueCroisls5iLO63GX32%2B5cufe8bspWmt4M1urKMuEURFEhcChsDvIU9H7qaUJ6kXEYcpGeWNnQymGkAHRQIKqJuiolZhVVNiVGSsU%2BstVqZayV9a5NA57Q-UiqkdSj4OIq0l02oCPlPDPjoL5JY4uNfWuLbXuz4yUae-klAUMnQVP92US7iNVEmxWG9TxPox8nq3e-FpSAH7VQ8YJ9D4PK55F6HLxBM4Ioi9BEUJJowoqCi5NFvZLKChPIrkRIYhDVUTWMH4hFqXEk9YQ56LGEI0BI3gxclzVFMII88ZOamxOpIFBfBYS2mjZSk-5bOXi4FbOjHYAocC0ika8AM0ngeHTdWqOB8i7QNn86DQYn1Ep%2BWyC4B650ZbXCVLwrmodKpK2ejlil2GBbgBJ%2BcPMpjhznkcN8%2BM8ZZEJO40aprSgaP2-UnaDe2aYIA&lineTool=-26.14520421%2C46.98819701%2C-26.96041988%2C46.61228699&extent=-27.89735144886454%2C46.18807345290969%2C-25.118588713719458%2C47.30203167208551&proj=10
  8. And just out of interest, apropos of nothing at all, but to remind you what a great resource the LRO imagery is, here's one as close as you can get to the top of the ridge showing what appears to be a rubble field. What a great time to be alive!!
  9. I think what causes the apparent odd angle of the shadow maybe a curved terraced feature. These are higher resolution versions of one of the images Stu posted, from the LRO quickmap site. The curved section would cast shadows for a prolonged period as the sun moved around it and the terrace could have something to do with the apparent break in the shadow.
  10. Those hills are quite prominent, I caught shadows off them last night too. Excuse the double image effect, I had problems stacking.
  11. I generally try to keep it natural, apart from the odd liberty sometimes. Had real trouble stacking this one as it goes, I think you may have hexed it Worth a look at full size.
  12. I thought so too! Stacking will give a bigger image though and bring out lots of lovely detail to match the views I had before imaging. But you knew that anyway
  13. Single random frame, basic stretch using Pipp. Processing the stack at the moment.
  14. I ended up with a reasonable effort last night after an hour observing, despite the haziness. The image is much reduced to defeat the noise & I left a little hint of a halo to match the naked eye view a little bit.
  15. Hazy here, but only a light haze so it's the perfect moon filter
  16. Nice set Mark, number 9 is my fave.
  17. That'll do nicely Steve.
  18. You absolutely must attend the whole quiz night! Best part of the event, unless it's clear of course I'm sorry we didn't get the opportunity to chat properly after we introduced ourselves, I had to rush off to deal with a minor tent disaster and then the opportunity didn't present itself again for the rest of the weekend! Maybe next year.
  19. I'll get the ball rolling then. Here's a quick go at it. Integrated using APP and PP with Photoshop. I combined the Ha but I'm not sure I did a very good job.
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