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Old 07-10-2020, 01:17 PM
Startrek (Martin)
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M16 Eagle Nebula version 2 Composite Luminance RGB

More experimenting with Startools V1.6 on my previous M16 Eagle Nebula captured under a full moon last week at my Bortle 3 weekender
This time I used the Narrowband preset for the gradient wipe and a colour composite of 1 x red , 2 x green and 1 x blue for the colour module
Used the Contrast module to tone down the brightness and only used HDR ( Optimise soft ) default value
The image had significantly less noise during processing, only required 4.0 pixel grain size to smear the remaining residual noise grain
For OSC narrowband users this version 1.6 in Startools is really good and has so many presets and variables in the colour module
Well done Ivo !!!

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Old 07-10-2020, 03:56 PM
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nice one, the eagle really pops out of that
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Old 07-10-2020, 06:37 PM
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G'day Martin

That's a very nice M16, the new OSC NB filters seem to be a game changer for imagers with less time for imaging than Mono requires.
Very smoothly processed, at least to my inexpert eyes and the processing steps you divulge to us apprentices is very helpful.
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I like your enthusiasm M!

We can expect a book from you soon...

Mastering Startools :-)
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