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Rosette Bi-Colour and Natural


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Guest Phillyo

Morning all,

Well thankfully the clouds passed (mostly) last night and left me a window of opportunity to gather 7 x 1800s subs in OIII on the Rosette. First off, WOW what a difference between the Astronomik 12nm to the Astrodon 3nm...I know what my next purchase is going to be!

Also, this is really my first try using PixelMath and Pixinsight to do a colour/bi-colour image so please be gentle!! However, I'm wanting to learn the technique so any advice is as always very very much welcome and appreciated.

I know I've made some mistakes in the processing but for a first try I've gotta say, I'm pretty over the moon!! I would've liked the central OIII portion to stand out a bit more than it does though, slightly stronger shade of blue perhaps? Any ideas?

Thanks,
Phil

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