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Offline A.S.I.G.N_Baz

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Intro to image stacking: Step-by-step
« on: 08:23:47, 07 October, 2009 »
Like a lot of astrophotographers, I get repeated questions on how to do things that although may seem simple, I have to remind myself that they were once beyond me...

So last night, I sat up all night and stacked some images in Deep Sky Stacker, taking screenshots all the way and writing down what I did as I went.

Hopefully this can answer a lot of questions and get the new blood in the game well on their way to adding to the richness of images proliferating amateur astronomy.

http://www.asignobservatoryii.com/tutorials.htm



Have a crack, enjoy and let's see what you new folks can do!!! YEEEHHARRR!

Baz.

Offline David Galvin

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Re: Intro to image stacking: Step-by-step
« Reply #1 on: 10:32:02, 07 October, 2009 »
As I said elsewhere Baz, good work and nice to see it as a sticky. :-)

Offline pwalsh61

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Re: Intro to image stacking: Step-by-step
« Reply #2 on: 15:48:42, 17 February, 2011 »
Just the sort of thing I've been looking for.  Anyone done similar for registax 4 or 5 ?
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Offline tony.673

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Re: Intro to image stacking: Step-by-step
« Reply #3 on: 12:43:20, 05 January, 2017 »
Hi Baz,
This looks like it would be just what I'm looking for but your link is now some Chinese site.

Any chance of a re-post or fix.

Tony
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