Re: Stretching data (was: I never cease to disappoint myself)
- RBA wrote:
> In my case, if it's any help. after the usual cropping, and gradientI'm curious, Rogelio, what tool do you use to stretch the data, if not
> removal on the linear image, I simply applied a couple of histograms
> stretches (I never use curves to stretch the data)....
Louisa County, Virginia USA N37.58.23 W77.56.24
- I like the way how your picture is presented in the browser. The little
window of magnifier is so handy!
--- In email@example.com, "randy_nulman" <rj.nulman@...>
>job, without super long exposure times! Only comment I have is that the
> M100 is dim and tough to get a good rendition of. You did a great
core seems to be blown out a bit...easily handled by a more careful use
of non-linear stretching to tone it down...
>through my Planewave 12.5â CDK with a QSI583wsg. The image
> Major kudos,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Hap Griffin" lgriffin@ wrote:
> > Here is M100 taken over three nights in March and early April
details are below the picture. I hope you like it!
> > http://www.astrophotogallery.org/imaging-infinityccd/p7289-m100.html[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > Hap Griffin
> > www.imaginginfinity.com
> > www.machunter.org
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