This image was wavelet and color balanced in Registax. Then ran it thru photoshop and rotated it. Then I adjusted the brightness along the edges to give it a more uniform brightness across the globe without overdo'ing it. Applied a little motion sharpness, then a little unsharp mask to come up with this final image.
I ended up taking a LOT of AVI's this morning. Seeing appeared a lot better than yesterday's images. Transparency was quite good, although every so often a thin cloud came by, but it was extremely thin, and noticed the brightness changing mostly on wxastrocap's histogram readings.
Here are a few more images I took last night, although I didnt go thru all the steps in processing...
|Nice clear shot showing some white spots on the EZ|
|Taken using the green filter.|
|Jupiter, Io and Europa in that order|
|OK Shot showing the GRS.|
The images taken with the green filter sure shows the detail, but they do have to be shot in monochrome, which makes for a less pleasing image.