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(@jw_duijndamhetnet-nl)
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March 3, 2019 14:16  

Hi All,

 

I've got a question, i've tried many times to get a nice composite of my HA data with my RGB data from a OSC camera.

But everytime i can't succed to get the colors to "look like" a natural RGB recording but with the extra contrast and detail from the HA data. (see picture only RGB data and HaRGB data).

Ic405 & Ic410 RGB
Ic405 & Ic410 HaRGB

Ic405 & Ic410 HA

Today again i did try to make a nice looking composite but "faild again", the background is to much blue, with to reddish nebula and so on..... and when i think i'm close to a nice looking result. I start the star color calibration tool and the picture becomes "goldish" without any color. Try again to compensate but without any succes.

I did read may posts and did look at the tutorials bit they don't help me further.

Now i'm a little "desprit" and don't know how to get it right.   

 

So now the BIG question, could someone gif me some support to make a nice looking picture with extra details of the HA data?

 

Below there are some "links"of al the data, the RGB is split up into 3 al the data is corrected with the lpc tool and registerd together, so it is possible to load them directly in the Combine tool.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wmy64we5ZJ-eD8_2K-q6r7zFU0PvnN6m/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xsS3xwZTxAEIzfL7n9AIjQtteWaEdTax/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yz_UFnfooRbrMuejxgmRbytzr-J9yC80/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uOlULXtFRBNmKhtP9aTev51pmECr6XZF/view?usp=sharing

 

It would be awsome if someone could assist me.

Cheers Jan-Willem 

This topic was modified 9 months ago 4 times by Jan-Willem

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