If you thought that you need some fancy software to shoot the Milky Way, think again. Photographer Michael Shainblum (previously) shares a Lightroom only tutorial on how to edit a stunning night sky Milky Way Photo.
This photo was taken at Joshua Park using a Sony A7S with a Nikon 14-24 lens with a 20 seconds exposure at ISO 12,800, and it is just a proof of how well the A7S handles noise.
Now, there are many ways to edit a photo and using Lightroom is just one of them, but what’s nice about it is that it is a single software process and not an expensive one at that.
Here is a quick before/after view of the edit:
If you want to see a full tutorial on how it was done, set 20 minutes aside and watch the movie below. The amount of tips you would get is just ridiculous.
If you want to see more of Michel’s work you can visit his site, Instagram profile and 500px stream
[How to Process the Milky Way using Adobe Lightroom CC via 500px]
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