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Graham

Phantom Neb Tri Colour

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Graham

After doing this in HA the other night I have now added the OIII and SII.


 


I have been trying out a new method for doing the combining of the 3 images in PS.


It could do with a lot more work but its now 4am and the eyes are starting to go.  :lol:


It would also help if I had the slightest idea what I was doing  :rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:


 


PHANTOM-NEB.FINAL.jpg


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Allan the Plumber

Hi Graham, can I ask how you combined images and was it Narrowband or RGB ?


 


Looks very good glad you had clear skies not here last night 


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Sheila

Hi Graham, can I ask how you combined images and was it Narrowband or RGB ?

 

Looks very good glad you had clear skies not here last night 

 

 

its narrowband, Ha, Sii and Oii says in his post :)

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Allan the Plumber

its narrowband, Ha, Sii and Oii says in his post :)

I really should read threads before posting Sheila, :blush:  :facepalm:  it was just the colour combination  I was interested in 

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