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PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 11:28 am 
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The Hyperstar III was used to take 4-framers centred on Caph and Schedir in Cassiopeia. There is a familiar "face" to the left of the Schedir frame. I took the lazy way out of putting these mosaics together! Instead of doing the job "properly" in Maxim DL - I used the CS3 "Photomerge" function to stitch and blend the 4-frames together. Although CS3 didn't do a perfect job - it in fact did an extremely good job, and I'm very surprised it actually managed at all!!! With no more ado I present you with Panoramic star fields around Schedir and Caph.

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