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johnh

Eagle Nebula Central in HubblePalette

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Another truly spectacular image John the resolution is plain intimidating. I love the detail you have bought out in the Bok globules.

Regards

Kevin

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Gosh, I missed these so thank goodness Kevin put me onto them. They are quite exceptionally good with colour at once vibrant and subtle - which is possible as you demonstrate. As for the resolution, what can one say?

Hats off.

Olly

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Fantastic Eagle! One of the best I have seen in quite a while. The narrowband really makes a nice 3D effect with this one. Well done.

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BEAUTIFULLY BEAUTIFUL !!

CRAFTFULLY CRAFTED !! (is this English??)

A FEAST TO THE EYE !!

Cheers,

Harel

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johnh's work is, I think testament to the fact that undermounting a telescope doesn't really matter if you know what you're doing. (I'm assuming a 350 on an EQ6 would be considered undermounting?)

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Jeez Louise, John! This looks like cosmic dragons fighting for the soul of the universe! You got guts to get that close to those monsters!

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That's an awesome image - very hubble like! The resolution is fantastic.:smiley:

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That's pretty stunning. :)

..mine is garish and loud which is the only way I know haw to process NB images.

If you've got photoshop you could try de-saturating the magenta a little. That should have the effect of toning down the stars but without losing the nice contrast and colour depth in the rest of the image.

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Can't believe it's not hubble! And I envy your the view/possibility to photograph this. My favorite object ever :-)

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