Before the pandemic, Warren Keller and Ron Brecher were holding on-site workshops for small groups in cities across North America. As it will be some time before we can do that again, we're taking our workshops virtual with our new website, MastersOfPixInsight.com, and our 'Newbie' Virtual Workshop series. The focus of these workshops is to take you from absolute beginner to intermediate processor over the course of a few months. Each 2-hour workshop is held live, and recorded, allowing you access to view them for three months from your date of purchase.
We hope to see you at our next Virtual Workshop:
2-Hour PixInsight Virtual Workshop – January 5, 2021
Our final installment of the Newbie workshop series reveals the full power of including masks to add fine control to your processing workflow. While we've previously used simple masks to target image adjustments, we'll now dig deeper into their effectiveness at selecting, or protecting, specific regions or brightness ranges with PI's tool set. You'll learn how to make, alter, and optimize masks using MultiscaleLinearTransform, HistogramTransformation, MorphologicalTransformation, PixelMath, and the GAME script, and more.
Whether you use a DSLR, OSC, or a Monochrome camera, these enhancements to your workflow will help you get the most from your nights under the stars.
Enjoy these sample snippets from our PixInsight for Newbies September 2020 Workshop Recordings of the previous Workshops are also available for purchase.
Blink and DeBayer
STF and Dynamic Crop
ColorCalibration and MLT
Project and Enhancement
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