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Pelican Nebula Re-Processed


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Allan the Plumber

Looks really good Dave hope Ben has helped as much as he’s helped me 

need to ask you about Lum levels in PS as most the time I never get that far and you seem to have nailed it 

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Derbyshire Dave
2 hours ago, Allan the Plumber said:

Looks really good Dave hope Ben has helped as much as he’s helped me 

need to ask you about Lum levels in PS as most the time I never get that far and you seem to have nailed it 

Thansk for the comment Allan, and thanks for pointing out 'Bens Astrophotography' , I'd reccomend it to anyone wanting to learn PixInsight.

 

Thanks for the awning tutorial at Kelling too!

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Derbyshire Dave
1 hour ago, Graham said:

That looks better Dave.

Are you going to do the other half of the Pelican ??

Yeah, thanks Graham, much happier with it. Yes, My next thing to have a go at is mosaics, so I might well do. Probably going to do a two pane of the Heart first

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Derbyshire Dave
10 hours ago, red dwalf said:

very nice detail Dave, you must be very pleased with it

I am Rob, thanks

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