I've been refining the processing part of this hobby while the skies are messy. I know you will be able to match or exceed the Astrobin shot. But what I learned with horsehead is to be careful with your black levels or you wipe out the fine nebulosity. Good good guiding and great focus are critical to the process. I am just waiting for the next set of clear nights to see if I can get consistent guiding process going that allows for a majority of my time to go to AP and not adjustments to the mount.
Scope: Orion EON 115mm APO
Mounts: ES EXOS2-GT w/ PMC-8
Cameras: ZWO ASI 071MC Pro, Canon 6D Mk 2, Canon 7D2, EOS 60D Asto Modified
Lens: Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II
Misc: TELRAD, ZWO ASI120MM Guide Camera, Astromania 60mm Guidescope, Senso Sesto Focus Motor
Software: EXPLORESTARS IOS & WIN, Stellarium. NINA, APT, DSS, PixInsight, Photoshop CC
Computer: Dell Latitude E5450, Windows 10