aka The Ghost in Cepheus - LRGB
Pure RGB before the Luminance was added:
From Wikipedia: "The
Ghost Nebula (designated Sh2-136, VdB 141) is a reflection nebula
located in the constellation Cepheus. It lies near the cluster NGC
Looking at the adjacent image, the nebula's name is easily
understood. The Ghost Nebula is referred to as a globule (catalogued
CB230) and over 2 light-years across.
There are several stars embedded, whose reflected light make the nebula appear a yellowish-brown colour."
Camera: Moravian G4 (16803 ccd) w Astrodon Gen II Filters
Mount: Paramount MX
10/9/11 x 10 min each of RGB
17 x 10min Luminance
Lucknow, Ontario, Canada
Images acquired using CCD-Commander and TheSkyX
Reduction and all pre-processing in PixInsight.
RGB processed in PixInsight using SPCC, BlurX, NoiseX then
HistogramTransformation, Curves and a masked Saturation boost.
processed in PixInsight using BlurX, NoiseX, then
StarX followed by HistogramTransformation, Curves then the stars were
LRGBCombine in PI
Additional tweaks in Photoshop.