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Les Tilly

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This is a narrowband image with 5hrs in each filter S2 O3 Ha i combined the colors as 50% S2 and 50% HA for red then 15% HA and 85% O3 for green and 100% O3 for blue I used pixinsight for calibration and processing and pixinsights pixelmath to combine the colors
I also did a hubble version

Les

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Very cool.  Sounds like a lot of time and effort went into these images but the results look well worth it.

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Super image Les, lovely widefield, deep resolution and nice palettes - you've got to be pleased with this one.

Martin

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Thanks Guys I am pleased how these came out. I have a closer Fov of the Tadpole area I have to finish with the Larger scope combo weather permitting

Les

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Lovely images Les.  As Martin says, fantastic field of view.  Background of the Hubble version looks a bit purple to me but I'm nit-picking...

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It's the framing and field of view that I love. You've captured the 'shape' of the whole assembly.

Should you ever get bored with that camera, Les, my address is....  :grin:

Olly

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Superb Les, what a great area of sky!

I prefer the Les Tilly palette version :)

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Nice work. I am thrilled to see efforts like this as I continue to learn.

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very nice, especially left version

I would like to see this in some bigger resolution :smiley:

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