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Photo Editor X with GIMP Tutorials

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C1 False color and pseudocolor images

If we combine three optical images in a manner akin to how our eyes would see it, e.g., with similar intensity ratios for red, green, and blue light, the image is called a true color image. As usual, the best way to learn all about color imagery is to experiment yourself. Programs such as The Gimp, XV, Photoshop, and others can be used for this purpose. An excellent account of how to produce color astronomical images including all the factors and intricacies involved, as well as examples, is provided in Rector et al. (2005).

Visual Film or Electronic Observing

DSLRs can be used with telescopes to record fine wider-field views of open clusters, extensive nebulae, star clouds, the Andromeda Galaxy, etc., but they are rapidly fogged-out by light pollution (and moonlight), limiting exposure in badly-polluted areas to only a minute or so. Various narrowband and broadband filters can mitigate the pollution problem, as they can with CCD cameras. Postprocessing in an image manipulation program can also be used to reduce the effects. (Later in this book, I will discuss the observatory and methods of Bob Garner, who achieves amazing deep sky imaging results from one of the most unsuitable, light-polluted sites imaginable.) One strategy is to take several shorter

Graphics Programs for Cybersketching

GIMP GIMP http www.gimp.org http www.gimp.org GIMP (GNU image manipulation program) is a free application with a great deal of functionality. It's well worth downloading even if you already have a full-featured commercial graphics program. GIMP is suitable for a variety of image manipulation tasks, including photo retouching, image composition, and image construction. It can be used as a simple paint program, a high-quality image retouching program, an image format converter, and so on. The program is expandable, designed to be augmented with plug-ins and extensions to perform just about any graphics tasks (Figure 7.9). Figure 7.9. Screenshot from GIMP showing an enhancement of a lunar eclipse observation (photo by Peter Grego). Figure 7.9. Screenshot from GIMP showing an enhancement of a lunar eclipse observation (photo by Peter Grego).

Astro Imaging

Take as many exposures os you can for each filter. Capture L sub-frames without binning, but use 2x2 binning far the RGB set. Exposures can be kept shorter (or the binned shots. Calibrate each filtered set as you would For a single CCD image. Combine the RGB shots using image processing software or by loading and aligning each colour into the red, green and blue channel of an RGB image in Photoshop (shown above) or GIMP. Increase the Final RGB image size by 200 For 2x2 binned images. Take as many exposures os you can for each filter. Capture L sub-frames without binning, but use 2x2 binning far the RGB set. Exposures can be kept shorter (or the binned shots. Calibrate each filtered set as you would For a single CCD image. Combine the RGB shots using image processing software or by loading and aligning each colour into the red, green and blue channel of an RGB image in Photoshop (shown above) or GIMP. Increase the Final RGB image size by 200 For 2x2 binned images.