This time I was able to pick up more detail because the focusing was better BUT clouds rolled in and I was not eable to get 2 hours which it is what I wanted and I was only able to get 90 min., so I have less signal. Also, external temperature was about 10-20 degrees higher than in my previous time.
I don't get tired of doing this objects, and it is close to the zenith which it is good for reducing light pollution, so I will probably keep doing it and it gives me the chance to experiment with processing.
This time, processing was about small changes, something I've heard many times, so I had a lot of layers in Photoshop. The overall image is too blueish and I messed up at the very begining when I was messing around with color balance, still I wanted to experiment with some stuff, so I learned something new.
Location = Portland Downtown
Temperature = 51-62F
92subs x 1 min. = 92min.
92L x 40 Darks x 40 Bias x 40 Flats
Main Telescope = Orion Mak 150 FL=1800mm + Canon 40Dh
Guiding Scope = ST-80 + SSAG
Mount = HEQ5 Pro
The usual suspects for processing = DSS with Mediam Sigma-Kappa Clipping, Photoshop, Carboni and GradientXTerminator and Ninja Noise.