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neil phillips

Jupiter 15th oct 1.5 drizzle

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Heres Another capture from the 15th, 30 fps 1.5x drizzle

I was messing with natural, and very detailed processing. i thought both were pleasing in there own way, So put both on a page. It surprises me sometimes how big a 1.5x resize actually is. Click page for full size. Not sure if i am getting the best out of the processing or not. Quite a few to still process. But i am just stabbing at the ones i think are likely the sharpest.

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whether you are getting the best out of the processing or not i dont know, but they are certainly some very fine looking images you are producing!

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A quality image Neil! when you can upscale without any detrimental effect to the detail, i also like the image on the left, its amazing how it changes the perspective of the shot just by rotating it, think your back on track now! nice one.

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They are excellent Neil! The detail is really opening up on the poles now Jup is getting closer.

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I have to agree with everybody else on these images, they are stunning.

Chris

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Really nice images, your colour balance is very good, with good white balance. I always seem to get a grey rather than a blue white like your images. well done.

I have not done much imaging recently, but I imaged Jupiter on Saturday night and may post this soon, the seeing was ripling at 1am.

best regards

Peter

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Really nice images, your colour balance is very good, with good white balance. I always seem to get a grey rather than a blue white like your images. well done.

I have not done much imaging recently, but I imaged Jupiter on Saturday night and may post this soon, the seeing was ripling at 1am.

best regards

Peter

As far as white balance goes peter if the images are a little dim. which often mine are, to keep gain down. raising the white point will help. I do this raising luminence on Image analyzer, As fas as white balance goes. some may find this too pure. But heres one i was messing with today. To get a very bold detailed and white pure balance

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