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Offline vballrican

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Help with M13
« on: 2019 May 31 11:35:15 »
Hello everyone, i'm new to PI and astrophotography in general.. stuck on what to do after stacking and cropping.. I have tried ABE, DBE, etc.. but nothing seems right to me.  Any help/advice is helpful on the next steps..

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/070vozw5m56ixlp/AAA2Cq4JtQJhT6A1D3EB7Bv7a?dl=0

PS: This if with just a Master Dark applied to the 50 lights.. no flats or bias.. please be gentle...

Thanks.

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Re: Help with M13
« Reply #1 on: 2019 May 31 12:31:48 »
Hello and welcome!

Have a look at the "PixInsight Fundamentals" video from Adam Block; https://www.adamblockstudios.com/categories/Free_Content

There you will find some great tips on using DBE and symmetries to reduce those nasty vignetting rings!

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Re: Help with M13
« Reply #2 on: 2019 May 31 14:36:36 »
Hello and welcome!

Have a look at the "PixInsight Fundamentals" video from Adam Block; https://www.adamblockstudios.com/categories/Free_Content

There you will find some great tips on using DBE and symmetries to reduce those nasty vignetting rings!

Thanks.  Out of the many videos i've watched, i had not seen that one.  Makes good sense to me (too bad it's so expensive to join).  Thanks. 

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Re: Help with M13
« Reply #3 on: 2019 May 31 14:41:53 »
Hi.
You'll slowly learn how to work.
He's still working on the acquisition, to be a better focus.
The picture has noise, and I put a little processing to see what it looks like.
Find tutorials How to proceed, there are many.



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