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Old 07-10-2019, 11:05 AM
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M8 Lagoon

Here's the Lagoon. I've done this before, but this time I tried it with the Duo filter on my OSC camera. Captured in dribs and drabs from early July - August. Totoal of about 15 hours. Finally got some time to process it.

Comments please, as I'm still trying to figure out how to attack these images. For this I split the RGB channels and treated them as pseudo-Halpha & OIII.

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Old 08-10-2019, 09:43 PM
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Can't give any technical advice but I like the colour scheme.
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It's a nice image, and there's obviously a lot of good data there, but I think there needs to be some more difference/contrast between the colours. The light green/green is swamping it.

That's just my opinion, of course.
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hi Chris, i can see you have lots of data there, but combining it is a different kind of challenge, you could try dial down the greens and get more colors from the blend and experiment...

this version is not the way it should look, i only want to show you there is way more in your data...


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Thanks Chris and Diego for your words and example. Yes, the green. It's pretty lurid, over the top. Chartreuse? I'll have a go at reblending. This probably applies to all my recent images
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