i saw an sho version somewhere and really liked it and wanted to give it a try. but after ~6hrs of Oiii (with great weather here and no moon) i saw only the slightest little triangle of signal. so i stopped and processed what i had. maybe i'll revisit and try to add more next new moon.
5.8hr Oiii, 4.8h Sii, 3.6h Ha = 14.2hr total
ts 130mm f/7, 533mm
this is my second attempt using starnet to process nebula starless and add the stars back. with so little Oiii, it's more of an 'alt' version. and did an hss version since i couldn't pull of an hoo.
i didn't specifically try to frame out Gamma Cassiopeiae but that's how it worked out with my camera rotation when i started and i kept it hoping it would make processing easier. but i do miss the contrast with the star a bit compared to other versions i've seen. thoughts? needs the star in frame or the nebula works on its own?