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peter shah

M33 in RGB **added Ha**

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Yes, as everyone says that is just beautiful Peter. Congratulations!

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Fabulous Peter, love it and all the little galaxies in the background

 

Dave

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Amazing you got so much detail from RGB only.  Can't wait to see the luminance added.

Carole 

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You know my thoughts Peter it's....... Bloody amazing, when you are round on Friday we'll get that on the big screen, I just hope your teachings about G2V will help my imaging, beers on me 🙂

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Lovely image Peter..

                            Bob.

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Wot? No L??

Stunning image and sympathetic processing. I think the colour balance is pretty well bang on.

Steve

 

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Lovely delicate image. Ha would give it the 'bling' and luminance might take it deeper and allow a harder pushing of core contrasts but who's to say that this would make it a better image? 

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20 hours ago, ollypenrice said:

Lovely delicate image. Ha would give it the 'bling' and luminance might take it deeper and allow a harder pushing of core contrasts but who's to say that this would make it a better image? 

Olly

Managed to get 4 hours of Bling!

 

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I think the extra effort getting the HA was worth it. The data seems to have brightened up its H2 regions.

 

Thank for all the comments

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If that's 'bling' it's Cartier bling!

Olly

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I'm not sure, I wonder if that's gone a bit too far the other way?

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56 minutes ago, Stub Mandrel said:

I'm not sure, I wonder if that's gone a bit too far the other way?

I think you are right Neil...On one screen it looks and blends in fine but on my tablet the new data looks over saturated. I've brought it back by  25% Think I  had gotten a little over exited

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Thanks Peter, I think that looks more 'natural' although we are well into subjectivity territory!

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What Sara said...always a pleasure to open one of your images, Peter. :)

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Fantastic shot.  I like the toned back bling version better.  

M33 is on my todo list. 

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Wow derful image Peter, right up with the very best

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4 hours ago, AstroAndy said:

What Sara said...always a pleasure to open one of your images, Peter. :)

Thank you Andy

3 hours ago, wornish said:

Fantastic shot.  I like the toned back bling version better.  

M33 is on my todo list. 

Now Ive looked at it on different monitors I agree

3 hours ago, MartinB said:

Wow derful image Peter, right up with the very best

Thank you Martin that means a great deal and even more so coming from an imager at your level

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The Ha data has accentuated your original image very nicely indeed, right up there with the best I’ve seen. 

M33 is my next target, got more than a little frustrated trying to make my M31 mosaic work, at least I can get this one in a single frame.

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That last version is fabulous and an absolute pleasure to view at full size. The Ha regions are so well defined. 

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Simply amazing! The Ha has added so much extra, fine structure - it just looks stunning.

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Lovely picture Peter, 👍

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this is one of the best M33 's i have seen -great image Peter :thumbright:

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