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Tim

Eye of newt and leg of toad.....

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I was intrigued by Martin and Eddie's narrowband version of the Rosette, the contrasting areas looked great.

With Martin's permission I have combined his narrowband data with my RGB data, and I thought I'd post it to see what folk think of the combo?

I have to say, I really like the effect, and I may consider this approach for Ha rich targets in the future.

Cheers

TJ

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I agree, the two have blended very well.

Splendid job.

Ron.

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Looks great....adding in some Ha to RGB really does make a good improvement.

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That works very nicely indeed Tim.

I'm glad I didn't sell my SII filter now :)

Cheers

Rob

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Now as a former English teacher I have to say it should be 'Eye of newt and toe of frog'. How important is that??? Of course allusions to frogs are a little sensitive in this house since my beloved Monique is a fr.. is French. Moving swiftly on...

The image is fab. Can we see it in high res somewhere? The 3D qualities are enhanced, I think, by your combination. Very good result.

Right, back to the cooking. Delia's Scotch broth;

Finger of birth-strangled babe

Ditch delivered by a drab

Make the gruel thick and slab.

Olly.

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That's worked well TJ. Is that with the Ha data or the whole lot?

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I just dumped the whole colour pic you posted onto my rgb version, and just played with the opacity of the narrowband image.

With registar you can combine and then re-combine the combinations, meaning you can progressively work through various shades. The narrowband data showed up much more contrast between areas than normal rgb or even Ha does, so I have tried to take the contrasts and accentuate them, at the same time adding a little of the narrowband colour to add vibrancy.

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Registar is great for stuff like this... still doing things more by accident with it... really got to get to grips with it though...

Peter...

Hey Olly I dont know about Delia's scotch broth but that sounds like something the OG chucks together every Sunday... :)

Billy...

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