Object name: NGC7282
NGC 7282 is a low surface brightness galaxy in southern Lacerta about 190 million light-years from us by redshift and 180 million light-years by the median of Tully-Fisher measurements at NED. Arp had a classification for "wind effects" that this one would seem to fit into nicely. The field is somewhat obscured by dust in our Milky Way which reddens the galaxy and dims it. I have partly compensated for the reddening. It is always a quandary for me, should I leave it as dust-colored and thus red or try and remove the dust to show its "true" color. Since I used spectral types of the stars in NOMAD's database as a color reference and they tend to be reddened by the dust I end up removing some of the red but since the stars are only seen through some, not all the dust the reddening of the galaxy and a few stars aren't fully removed. Nearby stars in front of any dust are then too blue after the adjustment which is applied to the entire image. Also, some parts of the field may contain more dust than others further altering color. Sometimes I leave them red and other times I compensate to some extent. I chose the latter for this image.