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Old 05-17-2016, 12:49 PM
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Default Hi res Moon composite

Set up the other night to do some lunar testing with my LP-GUIDE-C colour camera.

It's basically a composite image made up of several sections then stitched together in PhotoShop like a jigsaw puzzle.

I stuffed up by missing one section and ran outside to grab that piece of the puzzle before the Moon got to low but didn't quite match the exposure as well as the others. Look hard you'll see it but nonetheless, quite happy with the result which was also interesting when pushing the colour saturation levels of the final image to reveal subtle colour differences across the otherwise grey surface as detected by the camera.

View full version here - http://www.myastroshop.com.au/guides...l-res-comp.jpg

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Last edited by Massoid; 05-17-2016 at 12:51 PM. Reason: full res version not showing full scale so adding link
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