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elliot

First attempt at a saturated full moon (and my first stacked image)

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First clear night in yonks and it's a blooming full moon. So flat and glary. Determined to actually get the scope out though.
16 still RAW images from Fuji X-T2 on an untracked 10" dob.  Did pre-processing in Lightroom to get the saturation up, exported tiffs. PIPP to roughly line up and produce and AVI, then much playing in Registax as I'd never used it before.  Apparently a full moon isn't so flat.moon_full_20190418_saturated.thumb.jpg.51caffc9dd339828094c7a98f4839513.jpg

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Just now, johnfosteruk said:

Nice sharp image, I'd just knock back the green a smidge though.

it is a bit green isn't it :D

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redid using the workflow I spent, ooh, hours working out. The moon looks a bit less mouldy now yetstaked_tiffs.thumb.jpg.109b45778a225ff2b9f1aee33754a90c.jpg still can see some colours. .  Thanks so much for the input @johnfosteruk

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That is cool, I like that a lot. :) 

Jim 

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3 minutes ago, saac said:

That is cool, I like that a lot. :) 

Jim 

Very kind of you Jim, thanks.

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