Astrophotography tutorial. How to photograph the milky way

by admin May 8, 2016 at 9:14 am

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  1. Cool video, I have been shooting light trails for a some time now. im still a novice I'd say but im working at getting better. This video was short, informative and got straight to the point. i will definitely take your advice and put it into practice. Thank You!

  2. One thing that I'd had hoped you'd tell us. What azimuth or direction should we be pointing the camera? How much does this change depending on where you are in the world?

  3. quick question..maybe this has been asked previously, maybe not. I am thinking of getting into this hobby with the end goal of doing some AP. Would Photoshop elements and Lightroom be adequate for processing as opposed to full on photoshop?

  4. very nice tutorial… nicely explained. It would be nice if you can point out the fact that which time of the year u took this click and which constellation your camera faced at so that you can get the milky way clearly.

  5. So I totally understood this video and will be referring to it when I do my own shots this weekend in the mountains, my questions is do you have a video that shows you how to stitch together the 3 usable photos to create the one solid image? do you just use the HDR feature and just select all 3 photos? Sony a6000 with Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 ED AS IF UMC Lens

  6. Can you do this kind of thing with a Nikon D5500? I'm interested in photography but being a student not ready to "splash the cash" as it were 😀 Great video by the way

  7. thank you for explaining and showing your technique visually like this ! I just bought myself a camera kit, the SL1 Canon. Very excited to begin this new hobby ! thank you much sir !

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