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Bringing in Ha after Star Color Calibration


(@jeffmorgan)
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I'm working on a galaxy image in LHaRGB and want to take advantage of Star Color Calibration.

My understanding is this can not be done with narrowband data in the mix.

Could I do an RGB Combine using LRGB, do Light Pollution and Background Calibration, and then go back to the RGB Tool and bring in Ha data, assigning it to Red?


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(@vincent-mod)
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You could, but I'm not sure that will get you the proper colors. When you have enough RGB, you can still try the star color calibration, I notice it does tend to give you pretty good calibration then still. It's not going to be perfect, for that you really need a regular RGB spectrum, but it can give you a good starting point and maybe even pleasing result.


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