NGC-7293 with the C6


Joseph Rome
 

The target over the airport with humidity is a killer. with low humidity I tried.. Images paus also did its best compared with other programs I tried.  I will have to add a lot more to smooth this image out.  Waiting on a low humidity night.


Joe Rome


Doug Askew
 

At least you got it…

Been a while and thanks for images.

Doug Askew
Gahanna, Ohio

On Nov 3, 2021, at 9:00 AM, Joseph Rome <romejoseph9@...> wrote:

The target over the airport with humidity is a killer. with low humidity I tried.. Images paus also did its best compared with other programs I tried.  I will have to add a lot more to smooth this image out.  Waiting on a low humidity night.


Joe Rome


D Marcotte
 

What LPS filter did you use Joe?

I have given up on the Optolong L-Pro for galaxies. My M31 captures look like crap. Maybe an editing guru could make it look decent but it's beyond my skills. I've reluctantly come to the conclusion that only a dark sky will solve the problem.

You get an A for effort!

Don

On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 6:04 AM Joseph Rome <romejoseph9@...> wrote:
The target over the airport with humidity is a killer. with low humidity I tried.. Images paus also did its best compared with other programs I tried.  I will have to add a lot more to smooth this image out.  Waiting on a low humidity night.


Joe Rome


Joseph Rome
 

Optolong L-eNhance Light Pollution Filter , but there are other considerations, the sensor of the camera.  I found the backlit sensors do a lot better than the older ones.  They bring out the red star forming regions, just be sure the QE of that sensor is high..  Here in Austin I have to wait until midnight and and the target is high in the sky to avoid the heavy light pollution even with the filter.

Joe

On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 10:19 AM D Marcotte <dmarcot@...> wrote:
What LPS filter did you use Joe?

I have given up on the Optolong L-Pro for galaxies. My M31 captures look like crap. Maybe an editing guru could make it look decent but it's beyond my skills. I've reluctantly come to the conclusion that only a dark sky will solve the problem.

You get an A for effort!

Don

On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 6:04 AM Joseph Rome <romejoseph9@...> wrote:
The target over the airport with humidity is a killer. with low humidity I tried.. Images paus also did its best compared with other programs I tried.  I will have to add a lot more to smooth this image out.  Waiting on a low humidity night.


Joe Rome


D Marcotte
 

I own that filter. I assume you are using a color camera. It's spectral transmission is narrow so the target must be primarily Ha and Oiii to be useful.

I chase targets higher in the sky because of tall trees and light pollution!

Don

On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 9:31 AM Joseph Rome <romejoseph9@...> wrote:
Optolong L-eNhance Light Pollution Filter , but there are other considerations, the sensor of the camera.  I found the backlit sensors do a lot better than the older ones.  They bring out the red star forming regions, just be sure the QE of that sensor is high..  Here in Austin I have to wait until midnight and and the target is high in the sky to avoid the heavy light pollution even with the filter.

Joe

On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 10:19 AM D Marcotte <dmarcot@...> wrote:
What LPS filter did you use Joe?

I have given up on the Optolong L-Pro for galaxies. My M31 captures look like crap. Maybe an editing guru could make it look decent but it's beyond my skills. I've reluctantly come to the conclusion that only a dark sky will solve the problem.

You get an A for effort!

Don

On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 6:04 AM Joseph Rome <romejoseph9@...> wrote:
The target over the airport with humidity is a killer. with low humidity I tried.. Images paus also did its best compared with other programs I tried.  I will have to add a lot more to smooth this image out.  Waiting on a low humidity night.


Joe Rome


Blair MacDonald
 

Very nice Joe. You're putting the filter to good use.



Blair (www.nightanddayastrophotography.com)


-------- Original message --------
From: Doug Askew <daskew43230@...>
Date: 2021-11-03 11:24 a.m. (GMT-04:00)
To: ImagesPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [ImagesPlus] NGC-7293 with the C6

At least you got it…

Been a while and thanks for images.

Doug Askew
Gahanna, Ohio

On Nov 3, 2021, at 9:00 AM, Joseph Rome <romejoseph9@...> wrote:

The target over the airport with humidity is a killer. with low humidity I tried.. Images paus also did its best compared with other programs I tried.  I will have to add a lot more to smooth this image out.  Waiting on a low humidity night.


Joe Rome