Gearing up for cooler months here in Texas (finally) and my family was kind enough to gift me a set of LRGB filters for my ASI2600MM camera. I know that Pleiades can be a challenge because of the high dynamic range, and I'm in a Bortle 7 zone, so I'll likely have to limit my imaging to mostly moonless nights.
What strategies would y'all recommend for imaging Pleiades across LRGB to deal with the dynamic range? From what I've read, L is often longer than RGB exposures by 2:1. Should I plan for a set of shorter exposures for the bright starts, then a set of longer exposures for the nebulosity and blend them in processing?
I know ultimately, I'll have fun experimenting, but I'm definitely open to learning from you more experienced folks.