Night Sky Photography

From First Principles to Professional Results

Adam Woodworth

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When the night sky transforms terrestrial landscapes into otherworldly works of art, you need to know the professional techniques for capturing your own nocturnal masterpieces. This complete course combines the classic beauty of landscapes with the vast, exotic universe of astrophotography, using tried-and-tested methods that guarantee stellar results. You'll learn what gear you need and how to make the most of it; clever tricks for squeezing out every drop of image quality from a pitch-black scene; and straightforward post-production workflows to create compelling compositions of the cosmos.

Adam Woodworth has had a love of photography for over 20 years, and since 2008 he has focused on landscape and astrophotography. His goal as a photographer is to create compelling images using high-quality tools and techniques. Adam has articles and images published in Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Digital Photo Magazine, Digital Photo Pro Magazine, The Luminous Landscape, Nikon's Image Chaser, and DPReview. Based in Maine, USA, he also runs a popular series of workshops, and his attention to detail as a long-time computer programmer is not lost in his photography and fine art printing.

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Erscheinungsdatum 04.01.2021
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781781578377
Verlag Octopus
Dateigröße 18059 KB

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