Saturday, July 31, 2021

Advanced Milky Way Photography Post Processing Techniques

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There is no right way or wrong way when it comes to Milky Way photography post-processing. At MilkyWayPhotographers, we aim to teach various post-processing techniques to help you achieve...

Lumenzia Panel for Photoshop Review

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There might be as many ways to post-process an image as there are camera brands on the market. One technique that has been getting popular in the last few...
IRIX Edge Light Pollution Filter

IRIX Edge Light Pollution Filter Review

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The IRIX 95mm Edge Light Pollution Filter costs about USD 179.00, which is a lot of money for a specific purpose filter. (It's also available in 67mm, 72mm, 77mm, and 82mm diameters.) While no filter can remove all light pollution, I wanted to see if this light pollution filter could help with my Milky Way photography.
Ralf Rohner Astro landscape, photographed with a ZWO ASI1600MM Pro 16 MP CMOS Monochrome Astronomy Camera.

Going Deep – Pushing the Limits of Nightscape Photography

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You have probably seen them on social media: Composite images combining landscapes with totally unrelated deep sky images. These pieces of fiction seem to be very popular on Instagram,...
Featured Image, Top Milky Way Photography Tricks That Aren’t Tricks! Photo Credit: MaryBeth Kiczenski

Top Milky Way Photography Tricks That Aren’t Tricks!

Inspiration strikes from the weirdest places. One night I was mindlessly scrolling through Facebook when a targeted ad for Michigan pops up. The ad featured two images:...
Photo Courtesy of PetaPixel.com https://petapixel.com/2019/05/07/this-milky-way-photo-on-nat-geo-is-raising-eyebrows/

Milky Way Fakery – Art or Just Fake?

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We don't usually post to other news sites, but PetaPixel recently published an interesting article about a photographer that augmented the Milky Way by cloning large sections of the...
Star Glow Cover

Add “Star Glow” to Your Milky Way Photos

I will show how I add “star glow” to some of my images in Adobe Lightroom with an adjustment brush. I won’t be going through how I process an image from start to finish. Instead will use an example photo to quickly show how to add “star glow” to the brightest stars to give the picture a little more pop.
COR Focal Length Blend

Focal Length Blending: An Easy and Powerful Creative Technique – with some Ethical Concerns

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I still remember the first time I watched a Nick Page tutorial on how to create a focal length blend. Considering I was beginning my studies as a journalist,...
Alan Dyer AmazingSky.com

Monday Motivation: Alan Dyer / Amazing Sky

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Alan Dyer is a name that's probably familiar to people that have been interested in astrophotography for more than ten years. Alan is the author of numerous astronomy articles,...
Monday Motivation - Royce Bair, Clarence Spencer, and Eric Benedetti - Creating Natural Lightscapes with Royce Bair

Monday Motivation – Royce Bair, Clarence Spencer, and Eric Benedetti

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One of the most popular videos on Photog Adventures' YouTube Channel is “Creating Natural Nightscapes with Royce Bair & Friends.” It’s a presentation given on March 14th, 2017, featuring...