Finally got a clear night, first time in 4 freaking weeks, just had to drive an hour of town. First time shooting since I full spectrum modified my Nikons, I think the reds definitely appear more red (instead of mostly pinkish like in previous edits). I only had enough time to shoot 2 panels so I decided to mosaic the panel with the Witchhead Nebula from before since there isn't a ton of H-alpha in that region anyways. Just need 1 more panel to finish project!
Each panel is a stack of 40 exposures taken with my Nikon D600 and Samyang 135mm f2 lens on a Sky Watcher Star Adventurer tracking mount, guided with an Orion 50mm mini guide scope and a ToupTek guide cam. Each exposure is 3 minutes at f2.8 and ISO 800, calibrated with bias and flat frames (no darks since the shots were taken in 15 degree temps!), then stacked and initial edits done in PixInsight. Final edits done in Photoshop.