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Offline MarkEustace

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Graduated Sky
« on: 10:52:26, 09 June, 2017 »
Hi Folks,

Does anyone know how I can reduce or remove the graduation from my images? I don't think it spoils this image particularly but there are times when light pollution causes some stars/objects near the horizon to disappear and it would be nice to get rid of it. I have looked on the Interweb for an answer but I haven't found anything.

Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,

Mark.


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Re: Graduated Sky
« Reply #1 on: 11:14:48, 09 June, 2017 »
Mark

The best tool I know of for such thing is PixInsights DBE tool.

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Offline Nomis Elfactem

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Re: Graduated Sky
« Reply #2 on: 20:10:08, 10 June, 2017 »
Hey Mark - PixInsight costs a bit but it's worth getting just for the DBE tool alone !

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Re: Graduated Sky
« Reply #3 on: 21:33:16, 10 June, 2017 »
Mark

The best tool I know of for such thing is PixInsights DBE tool.

Chris

Thanks Chris, that looks sooo much better! PixInsights here I come. Cheers, Mark.

Offline MarkEustace

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Re: Graduated Sky
« Reply #4 on: 21:35:12, 10 June, 2017 »
Hey Mark - PixInsight costs a bit but it's worth getting just for the DBE tool alone !

S.

Thanks Simon, it pooks like a great solution. I hope life is treating you well. Cheers, Mark.

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Re: Graduated Sky
« Reply #5 on: 22:10:25, 10 June, 2017 »
I hope life is treating you well. Cheers, Mark.
Very well thanks Mark - not sure if Mr Sims told you but I'm in the process of leaving RM and heading back out to my own gig.  Trust retired life is treating you well !

S.

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Re: Graduated Sky
« Reply #6 on: 15:15:37, 11 June, 2017 »
I hope life is treating you well. Cheers, Mark.
Very well thanks Mark - not sure if Mr Sims told you but I'm in the process of leaving RM and heading back out to my own gig.  Trust retired life is treating you well !

S.

Glad to hear it! Simsy does indeed keep me up to date with everything that's happening and told me you were off so good luck with it. Paul also tells me you have something lined up with our friends at Havas so that secures the occasional pleasant lunch I'm sure! I should be off for a catch-up on Friday with Paul as long as he's got time. Retirement is good, thanks and whilst I do not wish to sound at all gloaty, it does seem to get better as time goes by!

Cheers,

Mark.

 

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