Author Topic: Small Magellanic Cloud - processed with PhotometricColorCalibration  (Read 768 times)

Offline dougggg

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With HA layer applied to Red channel. Takahashi FSQ106 106mm. Siding Springs Observatory.
I think PhotometricColorCalibration is much easier to use than ColorCalibration and at least for me produces more consistent results. Higher resolution at http://www.remote-astrophotography.com/cgi-bin/Single.pl?idimage=138

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Re: Small Magellanic Cloud - processed with PhotometricColorCalibration
« Reply #1 on: 2017 September 19 08:29:38 »
Nice rendition, like it.
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Re: Small Magellanic Cloud - processed with PhotometricColorCalibration
« Reply #2 on: 2017 September 23 13:10:11 »
Really nice--awesome target.  Has a 3D effect.  If you want critique, I think you may have used a slightly too high multiplier for the Ha.  I am sure you played around with the number .  Its a slippery quantity
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Re: Small Magellanic Cloud - processed with PhotometricColorCalibration
« Reply #3 on: 2017 September 24 03:06:50 »
I agree. The HA was too strong in this version, I was more focused on PhotometricColorCalibration. I've since captured more frames and in my latest version the HA is less strong.