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astro mick

Do you like this(Redone)

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Re-processed IC1805 from my previous post.

I think it looks a little better.

Thanks all.

Carl,I used a WO ZS66SD with MK.11 Reducer/Flattener. Badaar Narrowband Filters,and a Starlight MX716 mono camera.

Mick.

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Nice :) Not seen that colour rendering before.

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Thanks Gina.

This is what i was aiming for,after i posted my first post.I personally think it looks better.

Mick.

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Has a very three-dimensional feel to it I think.

James

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Hum... not sure to be honest, its a nice image but colour is a very subjective topic. There are no absolute right of wrongs, so your interpretation is just as valid as anyone else.

I tend to prefer the gold / blue Hubble pallet myself but can never quite get it right!!!

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Yes.

Narrowband colour is very subjective,and doe,nt suit eveyone.

Bi-Colour imaging allows reasonable results without the capture of the S11 data.With our weather, getting the clear skies for all 3 Filters,can take weeks.

So its cheating a little bit.

Mick.

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