The California nebula processed from DSS2 data.

Yet another boring grey day with absolutely no chance of imaging. So to keep my hand in with the image processing I decided to have a go at the California nebula region using DSS2 data. I tell you how to process this data in my book “Making Beautiful Deep-Sky Images” and I have also written a tutorial article for Astronomy Now.

Luckily – the DSS2 data seems to be pretty good around the California nebula region (this is unfortunately not always the case).

Please find above my rendition using Photoshop 2020 and Noel Carboni’s Astronomy Actions.

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