Originally Posted by sub50hz
Eric, you can use the eyedropper tool to select the green hues in those areas and bring the saturation way down -- that might help your green glow issue through the door and up on the building.
I was messing around with it but I can't seem to find a color of light that looks natural.
1. A meteor that burned up (left side of pic). Look pretty cool in person, the camera didn't capture the explosion as well as I would have liked.
2. From a different angle, I should have painted the building on the left side of the picture. I didn't show up as well as I would have liked. I'll probably mess with it a little more in post.
3. The "city" is behind this so some light pollution. The milky way is in the center but doesn't show up well with the start trails. I might try stacking photos to get a better view of the stars but it will be hard with a stationary object in the foreground.