of course, no problem. I am using Pixinsight for processing. I am not sure if you have it or not. Here's the list of processes I used in order of usage:
DynamicCrop --> crop some stacking artifacts away at the edges
DynamicBackgroundExtraction -> not really many gradients but cannot hurt, used in substraction mode
ChannelCombination --> pretty obvious, RGB
PhotometricColorCalibration --> explaining that below b/c it's the most important step imo
HistogramTransformation --> from auto STF stretch
Curves --> darkening the background a little b/c it was a little too bright / noisy for my taste
Curves --> increase Saturation a tad
I think PhotometricColorCalibration is the most important step to get the colors right at the end. You need to set the coordinates and date/time right. You can usually extract those from a single sub. Just open the single sub and have it as the active windows (blue header) and click "acquire from image". Depending on what is logged in your FITS header you may need to set telescope focal length and pixel size individually. The second important thing is the BackgroundNeutralization which you can tick in the settings at the bottom. Create a preview in the image where there are no stars and preferably no nebulosity. Click the "from preview" option in PhotometricColorCalibration and select the preview you have created. Then analyze your preview and check the values. Either by using the Statistics process or just by using your mouse cursor and checking the numbers at the bottom of Pixinsight. Make sure the readout is set to "real" values, meaning between 0 and 1. In your case the RGB values were around R: 0.0008x, G: 0.0011x, B: 0.0011x. So I set the upper limit of BackgroundNeutralization to 0.00125. This makes sure that you only neutralize the background of your image and not important color information like stars or nebula information. If you leave it at 0.1 for a linear image the result will be extremely bland looking.
If you have more questions, just ask.
I hope this helps,
Edited by roofkid, 16 February 2019 - 05:35 AM.