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 Post subject: PP in Photoshop
PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 6:08 pm 
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Hi all,

After a long night taking pictures of Orion Nebula, I got home and had to start processing the images (first with DSS, then Photoshop CS4).
But, after I had stacked the pics, I couldnt find how to change the images to ''what you always see on the internet''.
What settings do I have to change?
Are there profs those can help me?

Grtz,
Ruben

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uhm anyone?

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Relax, this is one of the slower parts of the forums. You showed patience in astrophotography, now show patience here 8)

I'm pretty sure Noel Carboni has some excellent photoshop actions used for astrophotographs, but they are not free. I'd assume ( Greg Cybermystic) could tell you more about this.

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Just seen this post. Yes you need to go to:
http://www.prodigitalsoftware.com/Astronomy_Tools.html
and buy a set of Noel's actions must be all of 10 quid. If you have Photoshop these actions will improve your raw data considerably - good luck!
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Thanks for answering :)
Ill have a try.

Thanks again,
Ruben

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