Processing looks very good, but I guess it needs more exposure. I personaly prefer a little sharper results and clipping a little bit of the background if needed.
Very nice detail. I would get more time on it, just to satisfy my curiosity.
Thank you both! I guess I'll try to shoot more lights if the weather permits in the coming weeks.
No, that looks good. Besides, as long as it looks good to you, that's all that matters. People get caught up in the "right and wrong" way to image. The "right" way is what looks right to you. I've said this before, but I can't repeat it enough: this is a hobby, to be enjoyed. It's not a contest and, especially, it's not a job.
Thank is so true, thank you! You are right, it's a hobby and should be treated as such
Max, I would be perfectly happy with that image if it were mine.
Hello Vancouver. Always an interesting object and the question you asked is a good one. Great responses above, too! Since you asked, to me the image would be more pleasing dialed back a bit. I think that the saturation is "right" when the background stars are "truer". By that, whiter whites. I'm seeing what I think is a red tinge.
As vidrazor says though, it's what you want to demonstrate. It's your image. But let's face it, people have their preferences and I respect that you asked what others think.
Hello John. It is sometimes hard for me to find the perfect balance since I use a regular monitor for processing and I've been told before that my colours were a bit off. And I really appreciate all the feedback on my images as it is a never-ending learning process. Unfortunately, star colours is something that's hard to maintain with the use of the L-eNhance filter. I should probably shoot some UV/IR lights just for the stars next time.