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  1. Recently had a go at reprocessing a DSLR image taken back in 2014, so here it is. NGC1333 in Perseus, made up of just under 19 hours hours of 10 minute subs. Much happier with this version, been wanting to reprocess it since about a month after posting the original! I have since moved on to CCD and also got round to putting together the tiny amount of RGB i captured for M1, at under 3 hours in total. Hope you enjoy, more information about the objects can be found on my Flickr page for those interested in that sort of thing! Exposure Details: 113* 600 secs, ISO 800 Exposure Details: R: 6x600s - G:4x600s - B:6x600s Scope: Altair Astro 115EDT Camera: Canon 600Da (NGC1333) Atik 383L (M1) Mount: NEQ6 Callum
  2. First attempt at the Crab nebula (clear sky at the end of November, Gift one) and using my new coma corrector for the first time (gift two) 135 X 60 sec lights at 1600 ISO and 30 darks & flats. stacked in DSS and processed in PS cs2 Equipment as per signature. probably over processed it but 'every days a school day' that's why I've put up here. all comments and advice is welcomed. 50% crop. thanks for looking Tim
  3. I was inspired by Ian's (x6gas) M1 post back in January, in it's various incarnations. I particularly liked his RGB version for it's subtlety. Most M1's you see are not subtle, it seems to force itself on you.. offering oodles of sharpness & brashness. Of course it has every right to be so considering the violence of it's creation! However, I'm drawn to the wispy fluffy stuff that starts to show up in RGB, so here's my attempt to draw it out with what I've collected so far. Processed in PI (rather quickly) this is mostly just RGB with a smidgen of Lum & Ha as Lum. Only mixed in about 10% max as it's so easy for it to become sharply dominant & loose the effect I'm trying to get. As always I'll need more data to bring out that wispy smoke I'm after. T: C925 C: Atik 314L+ L: 31 x 300 R: 23 x 300 G: 25 x 300 B: 19 x 300 Ha 5 x 900 All Bin 1
  4. RikM

    M1 20130206 mcrae SK SGL

    From the album: Sketches

    2B pencil and blending stump on white cartridge paper. Scanned and inverted in Photoshop, stars overdubs with soft brush tool.
  5. Jannis

    M1

    From the album: Astro Gallery

  6. From the album: DSO, Nebula, Galaxies, Comets etc

    M1 The Crab Nebula 08.12.2017 William Optics FLT-110 and Atik 314L Monochrome CCD 10 x 300 seconds H-Alpha, 10 x 300 seconds OIII, 10 x 300 seconds SII Stacked in Deep Sky Stacker and processed in Photoshop CS2 False colour image by assigning SII to red channel, H-alpha to green channel and OIII to blue channel

    © vicky050373

  7. DoctorD

    M1

    From the album: DoctorD's Photos

    C8 F3.3 Lodestar using Starlight Live (30s stack - see image for details)
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