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Astroimager Adam Block shows how you can create natural looking color in challenging images.
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In my previous column, I explained a method that generally produces vivid LRGB images in a consistent way. And even before I finished writing that tutorial, I could already hear the incredulous cries of readers asking, “But what if it doesn’t?” So, this month I’ll demonstrate a technique that lets you create natural-looking color in challenging images.

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