So i took some photos of the Pacman nebula with a 98% moon. The Ha came quite OK but the Oiii are whased out. (And then read about it and found out that on a full moon the recommended is to do either Ha or Si and never Oiii).
I am now going to take more Oiii under better skies I'm just not sure what to do with the washed out data? I have read that can be bad to use it and some others say that software like pixinsight will only take extra data if possible and never damage the final picture.
I guess my question on this topic applies more for the general workflow. If you ever have washed out that data would it be beneficial to combine it with better data? Is there any benefit/detail that might be on the washed out photos?
My camera is a ZWO 1600MM pro with the narrowband and LRGB filters from ZWO as well.