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Amp glow in OSC with duo narrowband filter  

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(@kijja)
Neutron Star Customer
Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 123
November 9, 2018 06:41  

Hi, APP staff

I currently use STC duo narrowband to produce narrowband images from QHY10. APP performs very well in most of RGB images. However, when I extracted and combined H-alpha and OIII in combine RGB tool, there was an ugly amp glow near the upper right hand in OIII channel which severely affected the final images. The adaptive pedestal/amp glow removal could not do anything to this amp glow. Although it can be fixed with photoshop in some degree, it would be better to be fixed from APP at first place.

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Kijja


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(@kijja)
Neutron Star Customer
Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 123
November 9, 2018 08:45  

Here is my image after retouch in Photoshop Lightroom

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(@rcfmitch)
Red Giant Customer
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 59
November 10, 2018 06:51  

yes, you can clearly see it on the left  hand side.

have you tried BPM which also takes into account amp glow and dark pixel clipping. or did you only select Adaptive data pedestal?

also im not sure if you have the very latest version.0.070 , i think. 


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