After months of hard work Gavin Hardcastle and I are proud to share our new Night Sky Photography Tutorial "Milky Way Made Easy".
Learning how to shoot the milky way can seem so intimidating at first, this course dives deep to explain basic and advanced techniques in easy to understand video tutorials. Whether you are just getting starting taking your first night sky long exposure, or are advanced and just looking for some new tricks and tips to elevate your images. These Milky Way Photography tutorial is for you.
The Ultimate Night Sky Photography Course
$275 $149 USD
10 Gigabytes of Course Content
25 HD Videos (1080p)
6.35 hrs of Course Content
Single Exposure Shot at Crater Lake
There are various advanced techniques in this course to create stunning night sky images. But we feel like it is important to cover the basics. In this tutorial I will cover how to shoot and compose a single exposure of the Milky Way.
Then we will cover post processing techniques to clean up the photo and bring out the Milky Way. Even if you are an advanced shooter, this video shares some different techniques that you may not have seen before.
Planning Your Shots
Learn our techniques for properly planning out and scouting for night sky photography. We will cover some important applications, that make planning simple and fun.
Milky Way Photography Settings
Before heading out to shoot, we will cover some basic settings and things to consider.
Gear for Shooing Night Sky Photography
Before heading out to shoot, it is important to have the proper gear. Gavin and I will share our recommendations, and some helpful items for your night sky adventures.
Focusing on the Night Sky
If you have never shot the Milky Way before, focusing at night can seem a bit intimidation. This video helps to break it down step by step. In an easy to follow tutorial.
Stacking for Noise Reduction at Crater Lake
Stacking is one of the best ways to clean up noise in your night sky photography. In this video I cover how to shoot these stacks and various ways to process these images.
Twilight Blend On the Oregon Coast
Another great way of getting more detail in your night sky images is to create twilight blends. In this video Gavin will cover how he shoots these images and puts them together in Photoshop.
Star Trails Tutorial at Sparks Lake
Star trails are a great way to capture the night sky, without relying on the core of the Milky Way. In this video I cover my favorite way to capture Startrails. Then I pass the files off to Gavin to work his magic and teach you how to bring this image to life.
Moonscape Processing at Smith Rock
Not all night sky images need to be captured on moonless, or cloudless nights. Check out shooting and editing process for creating beautiful lunar landscapes. This tutorial also covers Luminosity masks for advanced users.
Basic Light Painting at Mystic Beach
In this night sky photography tutorial. Gavin covers how he uses Light Painting to accentuate his Milky Way compositions. He teaches a start to finish process. From shooting to post processing.
Questions and Answers
In this educational video we sit down to answer your questions from social media.
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Lightroom
Other Recommended Programs:
- Photo Pills ($10)
- StarStax (Free)
- Sequator (PC)(Free) or Starry Landscape Stacker (MAC)
- TK also has a free panel for just luminosity masks.
Over the next few months we'll be adding new content to 'Milky Way Made Easy' and if you order today you'll get to download that new content for FREE when it goes live.
Save Thousands of Dollars
The sheer volume and quality of this tuition would cost thousands of dollars if you were to attend workshops or one-to-one classes. For 5 days only, you can purchase this course for a fraction of it’s actual value and begin downloading this powerful knowledge right now. Are you ready to take your night photography to the next level AND save a ton of money?