How to retouch a Milky Way picture in Lightroom

From Start to Finish How to retouch a Milky Way picture in Lightroom

Aliaume Chapelle 2 episodes 32:30 min
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In this video tutorial, the experienced full-time landscape photographer Aliaume Chapelle is showing his entire workflow in Adobe Lightroom Classic on how to retouch a beautiful Milky Way picture and how to drastically reduce the grain by stacking 15 images.

Even if you took only a single photo of the night sky, you will be able to apply these techniques to your own photos and create impactful results. At the end of the second video, Aliaume will show you the difference between both techniques, what you need to change with a single shot to get similar results and why it's a good practice to stack your images when doing night photography.

Aliaume Chapelle is an ambassador for Sony Belgium and well-known for his beautiful and moody photos around Belgium and France. After giving many photo workshops around the globe, he knows best about issues beginners have and what to focus on in his online lessons here on Locationscout. Therefore he is teaching his various techniques in an easy and replicable way.

This video is part of our "From Start to Finish"-series where photographers share their entire workflow without hiding the interesting parts and details that often matter the most to create a unique and special result.

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