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I've been developing a process to remove the stars, process them and the underlying image seperatly and then to recombine them. This is a whole new ball game for me. I will need to analyse some images out there and try to decide what it is I am trying to achieve but I'm probably going to stop at this point with this one. 

 

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I've been developing a process to remove the stars, process them and the underlying image seperatly and then to recombine them. This is a whole new ball game for me. I will need to analyse some images

I will be playing around with this forever I think.   This is a reprocess in which I have reduced the size of the stars and left out the layer of very faint stars. I've been looking at how s

Nice colours there, not over saturated.  My only minor comment is that, to me, the brighter stars seem to be a bit too sharp and seem to have lost their 'natural' look. But their again, I could never

Nice colours there, not over saturated.  My only minor comment is that, to me, the brighter stars seem to be a bit too sharp and seem to have lost their 'natural' look. But their again, I could never achieve anything close to that.

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26 minutes ago, Clive said:

Nice colours there, not over saturated.  My only minor comment is that, to me, the brighter stars seem to be a bit too sharp and seem to have lost their 'natural' look. But their again, I could never achieve anything close to that.

I agree Clive, I probably do a small blur on the bright star layer to bring that look back to them.

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I will be playing around with this forever I think.

 

This is a reprocess in which I have reduced the size of the stars and left out the layer of very faint stars. I've been looking at how stars and colour appear on Hubble images - ambitious or what! - and have been heading in that direction as far as possible, getting a bit closer to the look and feel of those images.

 

Standing back from it it looks like Turner was more of an inspiration!

 

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Thanks I'll probably revisit this having played around with introducing the stars from various mag ranges in this image...

 

 

 

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