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Jan 07, 2012 11:37 |  #1

I heard somewhere that the moon should be in color. So, here is one of the shots I took of the 94% waxing gibbous Moon last night. Processed in Photoshop CS5 with Lab Color Mode. Obviously this is a little exagerated, but when used sparingly Lab Color Processing can produce some wonderful pictures giving colors that extra pop.

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Jan 07, 2012 11:41 |  #2

The blue areas are rich in titanium. You can see in the Sea of Serenity where some Ti-poor yellow lava flowed from the north over the older Ti-rich lava.

The purples in the middle are volcanic dust deposits.


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Jan 07, 2012 11:51 |  #3

Bernoulli wrote in post #13663171 (external link)
The blue areas are rich in titanium. You can see in the Sea of Serenity where some Ti-poor yellow lava flowed from the north over the older Ti-rich lava.

The purples in the middle are volcanic dust deposits.

Here is another thread from a few years ago describing the various colors and the elements.

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=717102


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