For years and years, Don Parker of Coral Gables, Florida, a retired anesthesiologist, has led the world in color planetary imaging by amateur astronomers. His portraits of planets in the solar system are just a cut above everything else that gets produced, and he’s been a contributor to Astronomy for decades.
If you are using a cheap laptop like me, tilt the screen a little to make the image a little darker. It get s rid of a little fuzz. Good work doc. If the clouds EVER clear here in Slidell (doubtful), I'll take a look at it. How do clouds make it all the way across Mexico from the Pacific Ocean anyway? Using well water, I probably shouldn't complain.