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Another Jupiter from 7th August


Kon
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I have gone through my other Jupiter captures from yesterday morning. This is one might be better than the one posted yesterday. Slight different processing as well. Same capture details as before. It was captured earlier with darker skies and I think the colour balance has worked better.

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Its a nice result kon. Touch more saturation. Personally i dont mind that. I often do it myself. But be careful it can go too far, and you end up with slight prism effects. Your north polar region showing good contrast and detail. You've really grown as a imager. And processor. Benchmark on here with 8" non tracking. Others look and learn

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2 hours ago, neil phillips said:

Its a nice result kon. Touch more saturation. Personally i dont mind that. I often do it myself. But be careful it can go too far, and you end up with slight prism effects. Your north polar region showing good contrast and detail. You've really grown as a imager. And processor. Benchmark on here with 8" non tracking. Others look and learn

Thanks for your kind words. Your feedback has been excellent and have helped me with the processing. As you know, I am always happy to receive constructive criticism.

(Looking at it in a darker room, it is a bit over saturated). 

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Really well done for the image and the commitment to imaging with (if I understand the previous post correctly) manual tracking.

Keep up the good work.

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15 minutes ago, Eris said:

Really well done for the image and the commitment to imaging with (if I understand the previous post correctly) manual tracking.

Keep up the good work.

Thanks. Indeed, all my captures are with manual tracking.

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