The Harp Cluster (ハープ星団) NGC2244

Trying Nebula Reduction

Star Reduction is commonly used in recent astrophotography, but I wanted to try it once ...
Nebula Reduction.
I drastically reduced the famous nebula in the background and tried to reverse the star clusters that tend to be erased all the time.
I'm sorry to remove it, so I've left only the vertices of the bright part of Nebula, but then you won't know this nebula. The nebula may be easier to understand from this cluster. It's obvious if you look at the NGC number. To Hehehe

Star Reductionは最近の天文写真では普通に使われるが、一度やってみたかったのがこれ、、、、
Nebula Reduction.
Place: Backyard East Pattaya (Bortle Class 6, Moon Phase 44.3%)
Shot Date :24th / Feb / 2022 21:17 (UTC+7) Start
TS RC10 Truss Prime Focus(250mm F/8 f/2000mm)
filter: L-Pro
30X120 secs 60 minutes
Total 1hours
Palette: RGB
Gain: 3300, Offset 100,BIN1
CCD: QHY128C Pro
Mount :iOptron CEM70G
Guide: SVbony 60mm F/4 f/240mm , QHY 290C
Controler:NINA,PHD2 Dithering 5pix, 2 frames each
Pre-Processing APP
Post-Processing PI,PS
Shot By Taro Seki