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Astroboy239

Short exposure but good detailed image of the Omega Cen

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Well this huge cluster is a great target can can be captured easily with a low powered lense. Well here is my image of the great cluster. Feel free to comment  https://goo.gl/photos/PTBbYFPjcu6kNejw9        

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The link does not work so can't see the image you are sharing

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1 hour ago, happy-kat said:

The link does not work so can't see the image you are sharing

Now you can view it

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I like it. You managed to show stars down to the core, have nice star shapes around and an even background. I think you might try to boost colour saturation some to show more star colour. Can you share more capturing details (number of subs, exposure time, equipment used)?

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4 hours ago, wimvb said:

I like it. You managed to show stars down to the core, have nice star shapes around and an even background. I think you might try to boost colour saturation some to show more star colour. Can you share more capturing details (number of subs, exposure time, equipment used)?

Yes why not, it's a total of 30x10sec subs on an ioptron tracker. 5darks 5flats and 5bias stacked in DSS and post processed in photoshop 

 

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Beautiful job. I'm useless at globs!

If you haven't already, have a go at creating a duplicate layer, convert the duplicate's blending Mode to Colour and then increase saturation - to increase star colour - might not work as I'm pants at Processing! You can also do a Gaussian Blur on it. Then flatten the image.

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