It's not something I talk about a lot, but... we've been through hell and back, and are still fighting. We have the chance at a place of our own, but it needs a new roof, and the quotes are much, much higher than anticipated.
I'm not one to ask for help like this, but if you'd be willing to share, I know that he, and I, would appreciate the signal boost.
We're not dreaming of a mansion - but hopefully starting a small non-profit farm, and a place where I can get back to painting and making jewelry with space to work.
But first, we need a roof over our heads.
You know, back when I set my albums up. I took great care arranging them. I spent far too much time, going into the image properties ( when it was going through Picasaweb ) and manually dating images to get them in the order that I wanted them to show up in. Even if I didn't add to them continuously , it was still a portfolio I admired.
I know what the bright patch is in the bottom right (didn't cover the camera when doing dark frames caused some light to leak through the camera cap).
- Dark Frames were good aside from the light leak, which I have dealt with before without any issues.
- Flat frames are alright, but using good light frames from the past didn't make any difference in final quality.
- Bias frames which I typically use the same ones for a few months before doing new ones. These worked before.
-Light frames weren't overly light polluted, and they weren't washed out due to over exposure.
I'm at a loss as to why I can't get the stack to come out right. As I said I changed no settings from my previous stacking, so I have no idea what else I can do to make this better.
Included below is a screenshot from PI after applying the STF to the stacked image, and a single 5 minute exposure straight out of the camera converted to jpeg so I can post it here.
Anyone have any ideas what the heck is going on? Doing a dynamic background extraction makes it much worse. No amount of editing that I have done has been beneficial to this image.
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