Object name: NGC6834
NGC 6834 is an open cluster in Vulpecula that fits my limited field of view. I took it more of a test of a new method I thought up of better pulling a cluster from the background Milky Way stars. I've had problems with them getting lost in the Milky Way's starry background. I developed some different curves that bring out the brighter stars but holds back background stars somewhat. I tried this with two approaches. One using a luminance stack to pick up any background galaxies and the other using only RGB data. Due to the loss in the filters and not exposing long enough to be sky limited the fainter stars are greatly reduced but the brighter ones come though well. Sort of like using less aperture. RGB always helps star colors as well. For this purpose, I prefer the RGB version but am presenting both in case you disagree. Let me know which you prefer.