Attached is the result of 22 images stacked (with histogram stretch and image size/bit depth reduced to save space). I did not do post processing beyond this point. Each combined image was 15-minutes and taken from a northern San Diego CA light polluted location.
So wondering, how can I get rid of the blue halos/star fringing as well as make the stars round (my deconvolution techniques have undesired side effects - e.g. halos)?
Filter - TRIAD (dual narrow band)
Camera - ZWO ASI 294 Color
Binning - none
Gain - 390
- Images taken prior to 11:11 PM last night were at 0 degrees C and after that they are -15 C (versus anything in the image file names).
- House lights on had some impact on image background light pollution.
Probably too much to ask about other useful tips for processing this image, but feel free to comment. The main software I have available is SGP, AstroArt, PixInsight, Astra Image, AIP4Win (used for deconvolution), Nebulosity, Anne's Astro Actions, NoiseWare (noise removal) and Photoshop.
I read an initial guidelines post but did not see anything on how to post multiple images, so here they are from dropbox. Feel free to correct me if I should do something different.