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Antenna Galaxy
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Miscellaneous Processing Techniques and Suggestions

In this tutorial Bernard Miller demonstrates some of his processing techniques and suggestions such as: - Color Enhancement - Detail Enhancement - Photoshop Plugins - Star Mask Generation
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M51 Processing Flow

In this tutorial Bernard Miller demonstrates how to process M51 from A to Z
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NGC 281 (The Pacman Nebula) Narrowband Image Processing

In this tutorial Bernard Miller demonstrates how he creates narrowband images. Bernard created a complete SHO image of NGC 281 (The Pacman Nebula) using the three master images of his Ha, SII, and OIII channels. In addition he demonstrates how to create a synthetic luminance master from my the channel masters.
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How to Win an APOD with Pixinsight

On 7th October 2021, astrophotographer Roberto Sartori won an APOD featuring NGC 6559, an image processed with Pixinsight and obtained from the CHI-2, a telescope of the Telescope Live network. The same dataset is available as a Premium Pro Dataset to every Gold user! You can find the APOD here: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap211007.html And the same image from our gallery: https://telescope.live/gallery/ngc-6559-14 In this tutorial, Roberto will guide you through the end-to-end processing of the Premium Pro Dataset of NGC 6559 using Pixinsight. The video is shown at 5x speed, processing took around 3 hours and a half.