2023-03-15: APP 2.0.0-beta14 has been released !
IMPROVED FRAME LIST, sorting on column header click and you can move the columns now which will be preserved between restarts.
We are very close now to releasing APP 2.0.0 stable with a complete printable manual...
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NGC 7000 - Widefield 105mm
Hello from Austria!
This is my first light with my brand new Sigma 105mm f1.4 A 🙂
The lights were stacked and calibrated in APP. The final processing was done in Starnet++,Topaz Denoise and Photoshop.
More details can be found here: https://www.astrobin.com/dz246j/?nc=user
Critical feedback is welcome 🙂
Beautiful! I would be a little careful with Topaz though, isn't that the AI sharpening tool? It's not trained on astonomy pictures so might introduce artefacts sometimes.
This is the first project where I tried Topaz Denoise. Although the program reduces the noise, it always sharpens the image.
Let's see if I will use it again in the future 🙂
Here is the starless picture:
Really nice, just wanted to mention it as it can introduce artefacts, it doesn't do that always. 🙂
I assume the L-pro is a clip-in filter (from a jealous Canon 5D MKIV user - they don't fit my camera 🙄 )
Thx Stephen 🙂
I used a clip-in filter for Canon APSC cameras. I think the Canon 5D Mark IV has a special shutter where the filter would block the mechanism if triggered...!?
@vincent-mod Topaz has a sharpening tool and a denier, the denoiser works exceedingly well and is the best in class. I have been using it in Astro and general photography since the Ai version was launched. The sharpener is not as versatile.
I know ... I believe that despite the sharpness value is zero, a certain sharpening takes place!?