My new Online Star Photography Post Processing Workshop Page is up and running. I will be holding these every few weeks so grab a spot that fits your schedule:)
Ready to take your star photography to the next level, and learn some really cool stuff along the way? With my easy-to-use Under The Stars Lightroom 4 presets package & the click of a button your night skies will be transformed forever.
Just follow the link to get the presets
I have included all of the software/hardware and different cameras, lenses, and tools that I use for photography in the What's in My Camera Bag? section. It also includes some awesome websites that will help you find great places to shoot.
All photos are free to download in high resolution from my Website for your desktop wallpaper or other fun & personal stuff like that. They are Creative Commons noncommercial so just give credit and link back to www.DaveMorrowPhotography. Please contact me for any commercial usage or licensing info
I have included all of the software/hardware and different cameras, lenses, and tools that I use for photography in the About Me section. It also includes some awesome websites that will help you find great places to shoot.
I went up to shoot the stars with a few friends this past weekend at Mount Baker. It was so dark the Milky Way was visible to the human eye. What do you think a camera can see in the night sky?
Anyone interested in a "Star Photography" tutorial? This is my 3rd star shot, and it is actually pretty easy to pick up. All you need is a good wide angle lens, and a camera that handles high ISO pretty well. Let me know, Ill put something together.