Night photography, especially star trails and milky way photography are becoming much more accessible. Once upon a time you needed the latest best full-pro camera body and an expensive fast pro-level lens to to have a hope of capturing the milky-way in all its glory. Technology has marched on and just about any current generation […]
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He is a self taught experiential learner who is addicted to the possibilities that new (to him) gear open up. He loves to share the things he has worked out. Andrew started with a passion for landscape and night photography and quickly branched out to work in just about every form of photography. He is an ex-software developer with extensive experience in the IT realm.
Capture One and Affinity Photo are powerful milky way photo editing tools. Combining them adds a whole new dimension to milky way photography. Check out this edit walk through of a milky way photo on Padre Island National Seashore. Editing Milky Way Photos with Capture One and Affinity Photo Capture One is my go-to […]
When making milky way photos or star trail photos, a remote shutter release is vital. There are a number of different options and I see a lot of confusion during my beginner astrophotography classes. This post addresses the different options and the trade offs for each type. When thinking about releases, there are several factors […]