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Posted by Larry Usrey on July 5, 2000 18:08:35 UTC

Jim,
I have a question. I was looking at your reply to Ace about the Orion short tube 80 and I looked at your pictures. The photo that you have up of M42 shows the color being close to what you see with the eye (Greenish) How did you get it to come out that color, did you shoot through a filter? Use a different type of film? Changes in color when processing? All of my photos of nebulas come out with a red color.
Thanks and clear skies,
Starman

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