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First real attempt at Deep sky imaging

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19 years 9 months ago #5101 by michaeloconnell
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Dave,
I gave your reduced jpg a _very_ quick run of the Digital Development option in the demo of Imageplus.
Does this bring out the dark lanes any better?

Note that this was done very quickly on a reduced size jpg, and then a print screen was done cause the demo doesn't allow one to save.
Michael

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19 years 9 months ago #5117 by dave_lillis
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Michael,
That is a definite inprovement, it looks way better :) ,
You can see more clearly that the tracking wasnt spot on ...

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but what a way to go. :)
+ 12"LX200, MK67, Meade2045, 4"refractor

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19 years 9 months ago #5123 by michaeloconnell
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Wops! Actually, I made a slight error! I used Larry's image instead of yours! Sorry!
I'll give yours a go tomorrow during lunch at work.
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19 years 9 months ago #5128 by michaeloconnell
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Here's the best I could get your image Dave

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19 years 9 months ago #5134 by dave_lillis
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I was thinking that, the orientation looked all wrong and I'm pretty sure that there was no way I captured that much detail !!
Still, Larrys modified shot still looks great...
I think I'd prefer to stick with my orig image compared with the mod image, too much noise on the right hand side.

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19 years 9 months ago #5137 by michaeloconnell
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Way too much noise, I agree

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