Michael Shainblum – Astrophotography & Star Photography Processing Tutorial | File Size  659.3 MB| Free download

In this hour long Star Photography Processing Tutorial you will learn some of my favorite techniques for editing the Milky Way. I also talk about shooting techniques I use in Astrophotography and Milky Way Photography. Techniques include image stacking, basic photo blending, Lightroom panorama stitching, correcting panorama distortion in Photoshop, processing single frames in Lightroom and dodging/burning the Milky Way in Photoshop. Astrophotography can seem a bit daunting at first and processing these files can be a lot of fun with a little understanding. 


Adobe Lightroom (latest version needed for panorama stitching only)

Adobe Photoshop


      • Image Stacking (to reduce noise)
      • Lightroom Stitching Panoramas
      • Correcting Panorama distortion in Photoshop
      • Milky Way editing single RAW files in Lightroom
      • Processing a single frame in Lightroom and Photoshop

Included in this milky way editing tutorial zip file you will find two RAW files for technique 4 and 5. You can follow along using the RAW files. The first part of the course (techniques 1-3) do NOT have RAW files provided. These are the techniques I apply to my own images when I get home from a shoot. However there a endless possibilities to processing astrophotography. I always encourage students to learn techniques from as many people as possible.

*Video is narrated in English.*


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Course content: http://www.shainblumphoto.com/star-photography-post-production-masterclass/

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