- The Elephant Trunk Nebula in the Hubble palette
Re: The Elephant Trunk Nebula in the Hubble palette
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Great image Glenn.
You now have peaked my interest in this star removal process. I will have to play with it.
Does it place the stars into a separate Image. I am wondering if I can move that star image into Photoshop. I use Pixinsight for a few processes but do most of my processing in Photoshop. I usually only use dynamic background extraction and Photometric Color Calibration. For images at my new dark sky site I found I don’t even need DBE anymore.
On Jul 24, 2021, at 1:13 PM, Glenn <public@...> wrote:
I had a stretch of good weather recently and was able to capture the elephant trunk with narrowband filters over several nights. This is one of three images I was able to do during the first outing with my new 10-inch Newtonian scope. I was not sure if my Mach1 would be able to handle such a heavy and long scope, but it hardly seemed to notice. It is a testament to A-P mount design.
For higher resolution and details, please check my AstroBin
page. Thanks for looking!
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