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Ewan

03-06-2015 Quark Chromosphere

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Late afternoon imaging finishing at 7.00pm, a lot more experimenting with the Quark tuner & capture settings, too tired to process properly but these will have to do.

I did grab 4 mosaic runs as well, various settings so that will be interesting.

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Very nice. Full of detail. Thanks for sharing

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Thanks Laudropb, weather good today also so should get some comparable data today.

Here's a couple more from yesterday.

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Nice. I like the processing on them prom shots with the glow off the black disk

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A super set! packed full detail :) :) :)

Alexandra

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I like the prom processing. I must give that a go next time  :smiley:

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Cor, super work, Ewan. Tough for me to pick my personal fave from this lovely set, but I'll go for the last two images in the first post, 4 & 5.

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Nice. I like the processing on them prom shots with the glow off the black disk

Thank you Craig, I wanted something different & was trying a few things out & got to this, I will stick with this method I think it has a darker feel to it.

Also, thank you everyone that commented, glad you liked them.

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