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first proper saturn, last night


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Hi Steve.

Thats an amazing first go! Well done! :hello2:

I have never had a go at planetary imaging myself but do browes the forum alot. I am not sure the exact reasons why Saturn's come out generaly so yellow but it does seem to be a common one.

I hope you don't mind I had a little tweak in photoshop. All I did here was reduce the saturation in yellow a good bit and then made a few minor adjustments to the colour balance and cropped a wee bit just to up the magnification.

Let me know what you think.

Again congrats on a great start! :hello2:

Michael

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Hi Steve.

Thats an amazing first go! Well done! :p

I have never had a go at planetary imaging myself but do browes the forum alot. I am not sure the exact reasons why Saturn's come out generaly so yellow but it does seem to be a common one.

I hope you don't mind I had a little tweak in photoshop. All I did here was reduce the saturation in yellow a good bit and then made a few minor adjustments to the colour balance and cropped a wee bit just to up the magnification.

Let me know what you think.

Again congrats on a great start! :D

Michael

Thanx micheal

That looks a bit better. Actually I am quite pleased with it , at least you can tell what it is. Iv'e looked at a few pictures on here with a similar setup and they seem to get the same.

Thought it might be something i could put right in sharpcap.

They might come out a bit better when i get to a dark site, light pollution is a bit of a problem in my back garden, as it is with most people unfortunately!

thanks again

steve

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