Processing the Milky Way in Adobe Lightroom
I created this quick and easy to follow tutorial on how to process your milky way photographs in Adobe Lightroom.
It’s always nice to see my photos floating around on the web. This one was from a few years ago when I was on the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton (WMSL-752). We were doing a gun shoot at night. The length of the exposure on the photograph made it look like lasers were coming out of the gun. It is hosted on flicker by the United States Coast Guard.
This is one of my photographs of the #Eclipse.
Here are some solar prominence’s that I captured from the Great American Eclipse, 2017. This photo was taken at Crooked River Ranch in Oregon. This is a single photo that I edited in Light Room and Photoshop.
Who is ready for the Solar Eclipse, #solareclipse ? I shot this a few weeks ago in my backyard in preparation of the Solar Eclipse coming up. I live in Petaluma, Ca. and it was a clear day when I photographed this. I used my Orion ED80T telescope connected to my Sony Alpha a6300 which was attached tom my Celestron AVX tripod. I think it came out pretty good and you can even see sunspot AR2670, which happens to be larger than the moon.
More Solar Eclipse Info, from NASA.
Sony Alpha a6300
Orion ED80T 480mm f/6
1/2000th sec ISO 100
10 images stacked
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RegiStar Tutorial – Reduce Image Noise
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