So, I haven't really been able to so any astronomy for the past year and a half. Had my first child, and with that and my teaching schedule, it doesn't leave much time for anything else. But, decided that I needed to focus just a bit on the old hobby, so opened up the observatory, and set things on M52. For some reason I like this cluster. A widefield shot is like trying to play whack-a-mole with nebulosity. And, of course, the Bubble being in there is an added bonus. Because of light pollution, I have rarely tried LRGB, but I decided that, since I was going to do all of this fully automated, I would just let the light gather for days, and try and get a workable signal. Since it was an open cluster, it worked pretty well. I also tried to enhance the Red with Ha using Pixinsight's NBRGB script. Overall, it worked pretty well. I think there might be an overall very slight blue hue, but that might be my monitor.
As for processing, I went very light on it. I sadly don't have hours to spend on processing, so I just accepted the things that I did not have time to change. The specific details are in the Astrobin description.
I am certainly open to any comments that you all might have.