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 Tony
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Ok, so first image in a while, also its a first with the new 1.077 version, its come out ok but still seems to be left over lp even after running lp removal 4 or 5 times, also looks grainy, is there any noise reduction settings I've missed?

Theres about 6 hours per filter integration, and the fit file was too big to upload, this is a 10mb jpeg and looks worse than it was in fit.

combine RGB image.thor mod lpc cbg lpc cbg cbg SC lpc cbg St NoSt St

 

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The problem seems that the light pollution either isn't actual light pollution, or it created a weird pattern maybe due to internal reflections? It should normally be a gradient, which means it's gradual and not this spotty. You can see that I tried to make a correction model on the jpeg above (not ideal to do like that but ok) and it's not a normal gradient, which makes it pretty hard to correct.

Screenshot 2020 03 08 at 15.21.39

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🤔 Wierd, it doesn't show as much on the tiff (I said fit above and I meant tiff)


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ok so this is as good as i could get to best show it, its a screenshot of the 45mb tiff, I like the star colours, they've come out better than expected but what you cant see is the grainyness.

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Posted by: @tonymacc

Wierd, it doesn't show as much on the tiff (I said fit above and I meant tiff)

I always over-stretch and over-saturate to better see the issue in the background. And then I place my boxes, does help a lot. The grainyness will likely be left over because of the uneven background and maybe not enough data, getting that better usually requires darkers skies and more data.


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