Month: April 2011
There are numerous guides you can find in Youtube, most of them are basic and simple enough to get you going with your image processing right away but one of the best I’ve seen so far are made of DugDog’s Easy123-guide.
Have a look on how you work with curves and levels in Adobe Photoshop in order to enhance non visible light data on your stacked image with two simple steps.
Enjoying Easter holidays with a bright shiny and sunny day with my telescope. Considering it has been very nice weather during the entire holidays here in Sweden, this must have been the best as there are two sunspots appearing on the surface of the sun (1195, 1196 and 1193).
This image was taken by using a Mülar filter installed infront of my refractor (William Optics Fluorostar 110 FLT APO) at ISO 100, shutter speed 1/800, WB: 7500 K and was processed with curves and levels adjustments in Adobe Photoshop.