Shooting the Milky Way

Jan 26, 2016 Tutorials Jeremy No comments

Shooting the Milky Way

Below are some links to web sites about photographing and processing the Milky Way.

 

The Basic are learn where to set your lens’s infinity focus, f/2.8 or faster lens, 14mm/10mm to 24m/15mm lens (FF/Crop), ISO 1600-6400, and 15-30 seconds exposure with the 400-500-600 rule, color temperature K3900-4500, shoot RAW.

 

Dave’s Free Star Photography Tutorial- DAVE MORROW

http://www.davemorrowphotography.com/p/tutorial-shooting-night-sky….

 

Photographing The Milky Way

http://www.outdoorphotographer.com/how-to/shooting/photographing-th…

 

Ten Steps to Photograph the Milky Way

http://www.exploringexposure.com/blog/2014/8/28/ten-steps-to-photog…

 

HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH THE MILKY WAY

http://www.lonelyspeck.com/astrophotography-101/

 

Astronomical Information Center

http://aa.usno.navy.mil/faq/index.php

 

Dark Sky Finder

http://www.jshine.net/astronomy/dark_sky/

 

How to Find Your Way Around the Milky Way This Summer

http://www.universetoday.com/112602/how-to-find-your-way-around-the…

 

How to Process the Milky Way using Adobe Lightroom CC

http://www.shainblumphoto.com/Photographytutorials

 

HOW TO EDIT THE MILKY WAY – PHOTOSHOP TUTORIAL

http://www.kennethbrandon.com/how-to-edit-the-milky-way-photoshop-t…

 

How to Edit the Milky Way in Photoshop

http://www.vibrantshot.com/how-to-edit-the-milky-way-in-photoshop/

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