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Boren

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About Boren

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    h_boren

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    Israel
  1. Hi Olly, thanks so much and thank you for looking! Yes I think you are right, All too many M33‘s are painted neon blue :-)) as you can see I’m treating these gems very very seriously. I’ve come to the conclusion that people start with imaging aiming their scopes and cameras at the known objects and then when up in the learning curve, they never return to those objects in favor of the “difficult” ones. The state of affairs is that for that the known objects are lacking good professional renditions. I decided to change that, and return to each of them solemnly treating them as if they were truly and indeed “difficult”. And guess what? They are (if you want it really bring them out in their full glory, that is). Thus I gave M33 36 hours and two months of processing, seeking to make it a loyal representation of the data, in color and detail, carefully “under processing” it at every step of the way. Warm wishes, Harel
  2. It’s taken a long long time since my last image... life is tough and only 24 hours in a day. Here’s a rerun of an old gem - but this time done after 12 years of learning curve climbed. I like this result more than any other I’ve done. I hope you’ll like it too: The image with explanations: https://pbase.com/boren/image/170428062 The image with annotations: https://pbase.com/boren/image/170428741 and check out all those tiny little galaxies throughout the image and through the galaxy’s arms. Cheers, Harel
  3. Thank you Olly, thank you guys. Appreciate a warm nod from you all cheers, Harel
  4. Thank you much Carole. Yes it’s a very difficult object from a LP location. But it says up till early spring. cheers, Harel
  5. You know the feeling - an Object you’ve been craving to image for many years, and one day it happens. I’ve imaged this many years ago, before a steep climb on the astrophotographers’ learning curve. I have thoroughly enjoyed imaging and processing this mysterious man in the sky. I hope you like it too. https://pbase.com/boren/image/169640454/original The Ha only version is found here: https://pbase.com/boren/image/169242008/original Cheers, Harel
  6. It was worth every minute under the skies. Such a captivating vista. Lovely work!
  7. An absolutely lovely bubble. Very well done Olly.
  8. Thank you guys, for these nice comments. Olly, I'd love to help on any dark side issues :-) Cheers, Harel
  9. Hi guys, First and foremost, sorry to have been out for some time - just too much work, and not enough hours... I miss you all very much, hope to be able to spend more time here now... Our Sky Gems Observatories network (soon in the air under SkyGemsObservatories, and now see: https://www.facebook.com/skygemsnetwork/?fref=ts)already comprises 3 observatories - 1 in the Kalahari Namibia (Officina Stellare RiDK on GTO 1200), - 1 at the Dolomites Mountains, North Italy (50 cm Cassagrain on ASA DDM 85 LX), - 1 in Nerpio Spain (14.5" on ASA DDM 85 LX, at 1650m elevation), - and another one to be soon installed in Spain in the next few weeks (Officina Stellare Veloce RH200 AT, on ASA DDM 60 Pro). The following image is the most recent one shot from Sky Gems Nerpio: http://www.pbase.com/boren/image/161898074/original I hope you like it, and any comments are, as always, very welcome. Cheers, Harel
  10. Olly, I think I've alreay commented on this WONDERFUL composition... An excellent and beautifully framed image. One to remember. Cheers, Harel
  11. Nice result indeed. You may like to have look at Bob Franke's site, for some hints on how to manipulate the colors to the turquoise and gold result. Cheers, Harel
  12. I like the composition... better than slap in the center imho. Details are also very nice. You can get the true red through by creating another layer, pushing up the red channel, and combining back in in color mode, with mask that conceals stars and reveals only the red channel. Would be great to see the result. Cheers, Harel
  13. I just love the composition! The "normal" one - which pops the NA and Pelican are so iconic that I cannot see anthing else of the sheer beauty of this scene. This is going to be a wonderful image (I'd recommend clipping as less as possible of the black point if only possible). Cheers, Harel
  14. Is this a hint of an Einstein ring just to the top and left of the center, or am I just imaging? Cheers, Harel
  15. Absolutely wonderful first light or not... Many congrats! Cheers Harel
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