Thanks Mike, I'm impressed ! Astro photographers are spoilt with these
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> Subject: Re: [OM] Moosehead Lake trip and with MW shots
> <<I'd be interested in seeing a patch of stars in the HR image at 100% if
> <<is possible.
> Hi Wayne.
> Here 'tis.
> Not sure exactly what to post but used the SOOC jpg "hand held high res"
> 100% crop. It aligned the stars but the foreground is smudged as a result
> course which is exactly as it should be--need a separate foreground shot.
> is not "designed" to do this and seems to only work if sky is dark enough
> the stars predominate. It should be superior to a 10 image stack I
> would do using Sequater, but the latter can freeze the foreground as
> by the user. The raw file when processed is obviously much better even
> before tweaking in PS.
> I'll leave it up for a week or so but don't like to leave the sausage
> images readily available as my "finished" ones have enough deficits.
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