All white

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Re: All white

Postby admin » Mon Jun 18, 2018 1:39 am

Star Dad wrote:OMG! WOW! Here's a link to the binned image: http://mcleanresearch.com/M52.tiff :thumbsup:

So the answer is: set Nebolisty's Color file format in preferences to RGB Fits: Maxim.

So now I see I have some hot color pixels - Guess I need to retake my darks, etc.

All I can say, is thank you so much for helping me through this. I was regretting spending the money for ST, but now I am convinced I did the right thing. I have SOOOO many old pictures to go and redo. I've saved everyone of the "final" images (those that were pre-processed in Nebulosity before stretch, etc) that I've taken over the past couple of years. If we ever meet - I owe you a beer/wine/drink of your choice. :bow-yellow:


Ha! Now we're cooking with gas! Excellent coloring and you got the Bubble nebula - nicely done! :thumbsup:
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