The Fireworks Galaxy, NGC 6946, is an interesting target as it has spurned many super novae in the last century- more than average.
The Galaxy is a faint target from my location and is obscured in the dust of our Milky way Galaxy-so at least for me from my Bortle 9 skies it presents itself as always looking a bit muted.
The image below is 180 10 second subs in each LRGB channel using Baader 50x50 mm filters. 3x3 bin with a gain of 0 off set 50.
Let me know what you think of the image
Best wishes- Mark- Stay safe!