Or, to take a few liberties with a Forrest Gump witticism, the sun is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you've got until you stick it in the Nik Collection software and see what pops out.
As I said previously, I managed to capture a few videos yesterday. First I did a little observing, but as soon as I saw that flame like prom I ran for the camera. But even when I had the camera hooked up and had a good close look at things, all I saw of any note was the large prom at the top and the AR. Today it's back to white skies here, so to pass some time, I decided to put the one image I captured of the disk with the gain turned up into AutoStakkert. I always get AutoStakkert to give me two images ... one normal, the other Sharpened with Raw blended in for 50%. I then took that sharpened image in this case into PhotoShop, cropped it, changed the Mode to RGB and opened it in the Nik Collection plugin. Man, was I ever surprised at what I saw! Here was a bony finger looking prom down at the bottom that I hadn't even seen yesterday ... either while observing or on the computer screen, a lot of other little proms around the limb, and a little piece floating above the prom I had seen yesterday!
Today, I've decided to try to share the resulting image that I have uploaded to Flickr ... rather than upload a 500KB image here on CN. If the link doesn't work, I hope someone will let me know ... and I'll do it the old way.
Edited by BeltofOrion, 04 April 2020 - 03:56 PM.