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Old 16-08-2009, 02:22 PM
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you could take shorter images to capture the star colours then mask them in to the final image... thats one way I can think of..

It can also be caused by over stretching data in the higher range... I generally do my final iterations on curves with a backwards S shaped curve, giving the darker tones a bit of a punch, whilst not boosting the the higher ranges, and in turn, burning the star colours out...
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