Sh2-119 The Clamshell Nebula Complex in Cygnus, occasionally a star field is so overwhelming that it makes it very difficult to see all the fine details within the Nebula.
Sometimes I use software to remove the stars, this helps me to explore, and discover new things that could easily be missed in a star studded FOV.
In the version with all the stars visible, the bright star at center is 68 A Cygni.

I have included a “Starless” version so that you too can explore the nebula’s finer dark dust and structural details.
Put them both up full screen and explore the Clamshell Nebula!

Sharpless 119 is a glowing cloud of gas and dust (star formation region) located about 2,200 light years from Earth.
Celestron RASA 8 inch F2.2 Scope, Bisque MyT Mount, ZWO 294MC cooled Cmos Camera, Starizona NBZ UHS filter, ASI Air Plus, 24 x 300 sec. sub exposures, 2 hour total integration time on 07-12-2023. Captured from my backyard Observatory(bortle8) in Dayton, Ohio. Calibration, Stacking, & Processing in DSS, Pixinsight, Adobe Raw CC 2023, StarXTerminator.

Best Regards,
John Chumack