Adding color to Hydrogen-alpha, part 2
Use this creative processing technique to jazz up your images.
June 27, 2011
|In my previous column, I showed you how to combine a Hydrogen-alpha (Hα) image with luminance exposures to create a “Hα-luminance hybrid.” Now I want to go further and look at a way to combine the Hα with the color-rich LRGB data.|
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