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Old 21-09-2014, 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by RickS View Post
Probably a combination of factors, Peter, as you say. The relative dimness of the blue subs will be down to factors such as camera QE, filter characteristics, etc. Atmospheric scattering has a bigger effect at the blue end of the spectrum as well. I attempted to help answer the question you asked: why your blue subs seem poor by comparison to the red and green. You didn't previously mention bloated stars in Luminance so I didn't attempt to address that issue...

Cheers,
Rick.
You are correct! I did mention Greg's experience but forgot to say that it was with luminance. He privately pointed me to an image in luminance where the large halo effect is quite evident.

Thanks!!

Peter
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