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Offline viktorbravo

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PixInsight basic LRGB workflow
« on: 2012 October 19 16:02:54 »
I've been explaining to my imaging buddies how much I enjoy using PixInsight.  They see how powerful it is and want to use it, but because it is so different from the old Photoshop method, they get put off learning a new piece of software.  Maybe its the old dog new trick thing, I dunno.   

Because of my big mouth they became interested in using it and they wanted me to give them some simple, basic instructions on getting started with it, so I put a text only, very basic LRGB workflow on my webpage. 

It is no substitute for the official documents or the other excellent video tutorials and reference guides out there, its simply a summary of the basic steps that is easy to reference while your are working on an image.  Kind of a processing cheat sheet so to speak for after you get familiar driving the software around.

Its a work in progress and I will be adding to it in the near future. Let me know if you feel anything in there is inaccurate or you have any suggestions.  Also, let me know if I worded something in a confusing manner.

Thanks, Vince

http://www.rattlesnakeobservatory.com/astro/pixinsight-workflows/
« Last Edit: 2012 October 19 18:37:24 by viktorbravo »

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Re: PixInsight basic LRGB workflow
« Reply #1 on: 2012 October 20 10:26:33 »
there's a typo here:

Code: [Select]
Deconvolution: (if desired)
Decon should be used with the non-linear image.

should say "linear image"

i guess you can run deconvolution on a non-linear image but then the process completely loses it's physical meaning.



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Re: PixInsight basic LRGB workflow
« Reply #2 on: 2012 October 21 09:09:22 »
Whoops!  Thanks!