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Offline Philippe B.

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M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« on: 2013 October 14 00:11:16 »
Hello
Here is my M31 shoot and PI pre & post processing  :angel:





version 50% 2k*2k
version 100% 4k*4k

Acquisition details



Cheers
Philippe


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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #1 on: 2013 October 19 10:40:52 »
NEW PROCESSING :

4000x4000 : click on image


« Last Edit: 2013 October 20 09:45:59 by Philippe B. »

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #2 on: 2013 December 06 11:15:48 »
C'est spectaculeur!  Tres bon.

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #3 on: 2013 December 06 21:23:44 »
Very nice!

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #4 on: 2013 December 06 22:47:34 »
Philippe,

Now this is crazy, really super picture! Man what nice details, your combo is a dream!!!

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #5 on: 2013 December 06 22:54:55 »
I liked your first redition very much already, but the new one is even better! The large blue star is now very nice as well.
What I find impressive as well is that you got square stars! This means resolution of the RH200 + your guiding stay within one pixel. Cool!

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #6 on: 2013 December 07 01:35:24 »
Philippe

I like it very much!

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #7 on: 2013 December 07 14:41:30 »
Very detailed image, fantastic.
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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #8 on: 2013 December 07 16:39:45 »
superb image of M31 and my favorite target.
I do love the color. 

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #9 on: 2013 December 09 01:37:57 »
Thank you very much  8)

Here his the latest version

4000x4000 by click on image

 

Cheers
Philippe

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #10 on: 2013 December 17 12:05:26 »
Brilliant work, I would just nitpick one detail, which at least for me degrades a little bit the stunning picutre- the black point is black BLACK at your processings, by my taste I would appreciate to see a bit rised black point. With white point set slightly bellow and black slightly above the full range, you will get kind of more pleasing smoother appearance, and I am sure it will be one of the best M31 we all have seen:-)

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Re: M31 with RH200 and 16Mpx CCD
« Reply #11 on: 2013 December 18 11:46:49 »
Philippe, this is a gorgeous image.  It's interesting to follow your processing versions as time has gone on.  If you have the time, would it be possible to identify what you did differently in each version?  I really like how your stars have continued to improve in color and have reduced in size/intensity while the detail within M31 continued to increase.

Marvelous work!

Craig