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Cheman
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I've been waiting to get more subs on this, but doesn't look like I can in the near future, so this is my M78 for now.
thanks for looking
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Very nice detail in the reflection neb Che, maybe a bit more saturation would be nice?

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thanks for the input Chris. Saturation is one of the aspects I tend to go light on as I see many photos that I consider way oversaturated. this is of course purely subjective, and many times I overcompensate(under saturate :D ) If I get more subs, I'll bump it up a bit. The stars surely need some more :lol:
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Very nice!
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Pretty nice Che and I agree about upping the saturation. I usually do it when I combine the Lum and RGB and turn the dark saturation up to full.
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