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GrantEb

Rosette Nebula DSLR

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Fantastic colour and loads of detail. Looks great.

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Thanks guys. I am trying alsorts in processing it, will post a better version if I can come up with one.

Cheers

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Really great image mate! Love the colour,I'd be stopping people in the street and showing them it if it was the mine! (the picture that is....:) )

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What a very nice capture of the nebula. Nice and clear with you great colour.Mark

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Very nice image - provided the weather behaves I may have a go at that with my unmodded DSLR.

By the way I have run your last image through Peter Shah's star reduction PS action. What do you think?

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Thanks Dave. Thats helped it along a bit. Seems less noisy.

I will keep a look out for your attempt. Will be interesting to see the difference between modded and unmodded.

Cheers

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That looks great, thanks Steve. So much more detail and less noise.

Am I right in saying that the "redness" on the left of all the images is mostly noise, and not nebulosity?

Cheers

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there is so much nebulosity around that area, its difficult to tell

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Wow, there is a lot hey.

Maybe I'll try a different camera rotation next time, just for interest sake.

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Hi Grant,

1st of all let me congratulate you on the beautiful picture you have here. Great detail, color and contrast. Great job and very insipiring.

I'd like to ask you a couple of things - if you don't mind - about your setup on this one.

1-What mount and OTa did you use on theis one? Was it the 190MN? and the mount?

2-Also what gear did you use for flats?...light box, LED's, ets?

3- for post production did you only use DSS?

4- and for capturing with the Canon DSLR...what did you use?

Sorry for being a bit of a nag...but I like to learn with the best :rolleyes:

cheers,

Paulo Mesquita...from Portugal

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That's a beautiful image Grant. The Rosette is one of my favourites and its great to see such a great image from a DSLR.

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OK, apologies in advance if you think I have murdered your image. I am no astrophoto processing expert by a million miles but given the chance to play around with s TIFF full of date I couldn't resist. Instead of trying to improve on yours I thought I would create a different interpretation. Hope you don't mind.

Feel free to slate it.

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That looks great, thanks Steve. So much more detail and less noise.

Am I right in saying that the "redness" on the left of all the images is mostly noise, and not nebulosity?

Cheers

Yes, I think the left hand edge/corners have a bit of glow coming from somewhere in them, quite possibly a result of heat from the camera running 10min subs.

I'd do some gradient removal to get rid of the extreme red tinges in the corners at least.

Awesome pic though!!! Lovely, loads of detail!

Oh, and I too was wondering what scope you used? You don't mention a scope in your sig and that certainly wasn't taken with a 200mm Canon lens I assume ;-)

Ben

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The Deneb Version

pm me your email address Grant & I will send back the tiff file...

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Nadeem.

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OK last play with this now. I promise to leave your poor image alone

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Very nice, Grant, seems like everyone has enjoyed doing their version :rolleyes:

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Couldn't resist! ;)

What superb data - much better than the rubbish I usually have to contend with. I've never done the Rosette, but if I did and it turned out anything like this I'd be chuffed to bits. :rolleyes:

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