Visibility III / V
I finished the tulip mist I had long and earnestly exposed. Since the beginning of September, I have taken advantage of twilight and full moon hours (even a little dark) for 15.5 hours. H-alpha came by far the most (7.7) hours. Oxygen and sulfur channels remained weaker. The stars are again described separately with RGB filters. In other words, a familiar technique to yourself with a new item.
The tulip itself was pretty fun to handle. For me, the salt of the species is such bright golden mist areas. The dimmer mists in the background were then more challenging because they didn’t really contain anything other than H-alpha so the shades tended to be forcibly flat.