Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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A mid-afternoon FD image of the Sun in Ha (DS Lunt 60) in mono and colour.

Image20210916_DS_Ha_FD by Stuart Green, on Flickr

Image20210916_DS_Ha_FD1_colour by Stuart Green, on Flickr

Proms on the north-west limb..

Image20210916_TS_Ha_north west proms by Stuart Green, on Flickr

.....and filaments/proms with something interesting heading over the south eastern limb...maybe.

Image20210916_TS_Ha_south east proms and filaments by Stuart Green, on Flickr

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Hi

I thought I could just see the floaters but not sure enough to report.

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Beautiful images!


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Very nice Stu!


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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Lovely pictures Stuart, at least someone can make use of the weekday Sun :)

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Many thanks, everyone.
Ha..ha…Alexandra. Semi-retirement certainly helps :lol:

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Good work Stu. Sun is quiet again.

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Thank you Stu, for showing the actions and you have caught the new S.E. action - starting to show over that border..

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Great shots Stu!


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Good work, Stu!

Thanks for sharing,
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Some of the best I have ever seen, Stu. Where do you go from here?

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Hi Stu,

Really amazing FD in a DS mode! I would say "rerfect" techically wise.
It is a shame that the sun is bald again.


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Many thanks, everyone. I really appreciate your kind comments.

A more active Sun again would certainly be appreciated by all. :)

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Very beautiful, Stu. Can you share exactly how you have added the coloring? What processing tool? What settings to get such nice coloring. Thanks.

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Stu,

Just found your "curves tutorial" in the reference library so will work through it and get back to you if I have any further questions. Thanks for creating the tutorial.

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Re: Sun in Ha 16th September 2021

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Glad you found it. Happy to help if you do have any questions.

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