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Old 01-06-2015, 04:44 AM
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Help with colour in images

Hi All. Hope this is right place for this, I had to reinstall all my programs
before all was OK now blue is the dominant colour, I image with a SX H9C and
stack, calibrate and colour in Maxim DL 5.12 and process in Photoshop
CS3 Extended, tried to do it all in Maxim Stack and all colour options from
Starizona and all are very blue and cannot get any colour in, this is what I get.
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Old 01-06-2015, 05:12 PM
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Hello Peter,

All the color channels have some signal - but they are very weak. I managed to stretch out a little more color.
If you stretch each color individually you can get some color out.
I only do DSLR imaging so I don't know why your signals are so weak?

What was your exposure times?

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Old 01-06-2015, 05:23 PM
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Check in MaxIM's cololur debayer if the matrix is set correctly - by memory it has variable X and Y offsets of 0 of 1 in a 4x grid - adjust until the H-a regions appear red not blue.
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Hi Lewis. tried that in all 4 settings no different, sorry but what is H-a regions.

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