Orion and Running Man Nebula - My personal best.

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Orion and Running Man Nebula - My personal best.

Postby dybaxter » Fri Feb 24, 2017 3:03 pm

Well looks like my move out to the county has paid off with my images. The dark sky here with little to no light noise sure changes how I expose for my images. Hard to believe that 30 second exposures have Orion a bit overexposed in the highlights. Next time I will step down the ISO.

The image is 20 30 sec exposures ISO 3200 through my Nikon D-750 with a 400mm lens at F/5.6.
Registax for stacking, PixInsight for processing and Photoshop for some touchup. Just learning PixInsight so may be off a little, still have to do some work on wavelet and histogram.

Orion and Running Man Nebula.
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Reprocessed to get rid of the black clipping.
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Enjoy and thanks for looking.

Dave

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