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Small horse in large field, multi FL.


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This is based on an FSQ85 HaLRGB of just 7 hours, though at F3.9. I added the recent Head/NGC2023 details from the image in the 14 inch along with some data for the Flame in the TEC140. The processing of the basic widefield was complicated by thin high haze scattering the blue. Mixing FLs is a great way to go though. Registar is the key.


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In full; http://ollypenrice.smugmug.com/Other/Best-of-Les-Granges/22435624_WLMPTM#!i=2361977372&k=QpQcQHw&lb=1&s=O


 


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Very lovely, it must take a lot of skill to balance the colours, contrast and noise levels in the merged image. I love it as per normal :)

Can't be that difficult if I can do it! Registar does the hard part.

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Can't be that difficult if I can do it! Registar does the hard part.

Olly

To produce these kinda images you must have a lot of skill :)

I'm guessing you need pretty much noise free images to do this, meaning a lot of data, was it just that close up of the head you posted recently? that you merged? You can't even tell where it joins, stunning :)

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To produce these kinda images you must have a lot of skill :) I'm guessing you need pretty much noise free images to do this, meaning a lot of data, was it just that close up of the head you posted recently? that you merged? You can't even tell where it joins, stunning :)

 

Yes, that's the image I merged. You have to feather them in and resist the temptation to apply them at full opacity. If you do, the extra resolution is too much and stands out.

 

If you have some long FL data which is noisy it may still look great when shrunk down to fit the widefield. I've added really quick, noisy long FL data to widefields but it still tightens them up.

 

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