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Offline nick71

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Strange result when I combine the Light to the RGB
« on: 2018 October 17 01:38:10 »
Hello everybody,  ::)

I would like you to have a look at my strange problem.

I think  :-[ I am sure that I followed all the steps as explained in the Vortex tutorial to come to a point, where I must combing my Light frame to the rgb image, but when I add the Light frame in the rgb image the result is not what I expect, and everything I try to do to fix doesn't work.
please see the following pic to get an idea of what I mean.

thanking you in advance,
Nick..

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Re: Strange result when I combine the Light to the RGB
« Reply #1 on: 2018 October 17 03:23:39 »
You need to stretch your images before using LRGB.
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Re: Strange result when I combine the Light to the RGB
« Reply #2 on: 2018 October 24 07:45:01 »
Use first lineair fit, slect the ref picture and excecute the next pictures.
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Re: Strange result when I combine the Light to the RGB
« Reply #3 on: 2018 October 24 08:18:03 »
That's great!! Thanks a lot Geoff and Hugo!!