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First attempt at Processing with Registax, Lunar photos


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Hi Stargazers,

After everyone has been mentioning to me about Registax and stacking images to process them in better detail, I decided to take a leap and give it a shot.

The first shot is the before photo, a single frame from the AVI file, and the next is 50 frames out of the AVI file stacked and processed. I think I went a little overboard on the wavelets with denoising and sharpening but I will get better.

Thanks for the advice!

Rock

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Hey thanks for the kind replies Bizi & DRG - at first registax was a little intimidating but once I got the basics down after watching the tutorial another Stargazer sent me the link to, it really was not too bad.

Thanks for looking!

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Hmm Bish, I recommend search Youtube for the Registax tutorials and start there. That is what helped me the most. I still am learning and don't know it good enough to give advice. But I would def say check out the vids on youtube.

Goodluck!

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My first attempts with Registax were total rubbish!! Now I've got a decent set up I shall be trying again. That's a good result with a great improvement in detail and contrast - well done :)

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