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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #15 on: 22:16:21, 16 July, 2007 »
Steady there Dan. I'll post one of mine if you're not careful. Now that's a REAL challenge! :lol:
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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #16 on: 23:06:09, 16 July, 2007 »
 Bring it on Mo!  :cool:  :)

 C'mon, I dare ya... I double dog dare ya.  ;)



 
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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #17 on: 23:25:27, 16 July, 2007 »
Ooh you double dog daring derring-doing devil you. :lol:
If I can find one bad enough, I'll post it. Can I have planet avis?
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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #18 on: 23:42:44, 16 July, 2007 »
Ok I combined the FITS files in Maxim, saved as a FIT and a JPEG for posting but the JPEG is just white. I tried opening the FIT in photoshop but when I used Fits liberator it went grayscale. Help!
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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #19 on: 23:46:42, 16 July, 2007 »
If it is a colour fits you need to import each of the layers via fits lib and then recombine, export via maxim you need to click stretch (bottom left on the save window) and then select screen stretch under the input range, you can then use the screen stretch window to make the image look good and save from there :D

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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #20 on: 23:48:51, 16 July, 2007 »
My input for reprocessing :roll:
Solar.
The first image is stacked and adjusted for web.

Image 2 was the best i could achive with this.
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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #21 on: 23:56:46, 16 July, 2007 »
Thanks Eddie but it was a one shot colour thingy and layers are an alien language to me. :'(
Anyway, I stacked summat else and did nothing so it may be a bag of shite but I'm in it anyway.
Right then, this image should be in colour and it should be good. ;) Anyone?
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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #22 on: 19:14:53, 17 July, 2007 »
  Ok, cool Mo, glad you took my dare you daredevil!  :D  That'll work, M42 is always a good challenge.  :)

  Good one too Dave, planetary/solar/lunar are welcome too as long as they're stacked already.  No avi's, I have a feeling some folks won't be able to handle stacking avi's.

  Good deal, two more.  I'll give it till tomorrow then put up a voting thread.

 
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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #23 on: 10:12:34, 18 July, 2007 »
Another submission

M51 taken using a 10" SCT & Canon 350D. EXP 1hr 20mins @I SO 800

I had more than one problem with this one. The stars towards the bottom of the frame are elongated due to the fact that the camera was not square in the focus tube.

Next is the fact that I have had difficulty extracting enough from the image before noise overwhelms it.

Finally I have struggled to maintain the colours

http://www.pbase.com/moultie/image/82424869


See what you think anyway

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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #24 on: 18:36:06, 18 July, 2007 »
  Cool Dave, that looks like a challenge alright.  :D

  Ok, I'll close this thread tonight and start posting a voting thread.  Thanks to all who have participated so far.  :thumbup:

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Re: Image Processing Challenge #1 part 1 - Submissions
« Reply #25 on: 14:42:46, 19 July, 2007 »
Oops, sorry for the delay.  I'm closing this thread, I'll put up the voting one tonight.

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