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Old 15-11-2013, 08:56 PM
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Processing M20, which is best? Please advice

Hi,

Using old M20 data, I am reprocessing in LRGB, narrowband and mix of the two, using PI. I don't even know which will up to scratch to post in IIS, or perhaps someone can tell if things should be done differently.

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Old 16-11-2013, 07:40 AM
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Hi David

Nice collection of variations there...all look pretty good to me and I'd imagine when viewed on their own each would look good but when you place them side by side like this it is probably easier to see which one you like best. For me perhaps the SHaO+LHaRGB and the LRGB are the two best Creating various blends is a great way to find your way through processing...I do it all the time

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Old 16-11-2013, 10:26 AM
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For what it's worth I agree with Mike. The LRGB has a nice, natural look while the SHaO + HaLRGB is the most saturated and punchy looking.

I think that SHaO+HaLRGB is a very interesting palette, and it's not one I've seen before. I'd like to see it applied to some other objects. I tend to be something of a purest and like the traditional (L)RGB look, but some objects really do look more impressive with an alternative palette.
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Thanks Mike and Cam for your suggestion. I too like the everthing_in most
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