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How to post-process astrophotographs — Part 3

How to post-process astrophotographs — Part 3

In last week’s blog article on how to post-process astrophotographs in Adobe® Lightroom, I showed you how to create a pleasing astrophotograph. But it came with a catch. The foreground caught a color cast by the changes I made to the Tone Curve. In this week’s third and last part of post-processing astrophotographs, I am going to show you how to make the Tone Curve adjustments without changing the foreground in Adobe® Photoshop

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How to post-process astrophotographs — Part 2

How to post-process astrophotographs — Part 2

In the first article of this series we started post-processing a night sky photo in Adobe® Lightroom. As I mentioned, I would have been satisfied with the results from that blog post up until today, if I hadn’t read an article in Outdoor Photographer, The Milky Way Dilemma by Glenn Randall, from December 2017. So in this part of the series we are going to continue the post-processing. I will first show you what results are possible within Adobe® Lightroom. Since I wasn’t satisfied with those, I will then show you how to improve these with Adobe® Photoshop.

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How to post-process astrophotographs — Part 1

How to post-process astrophotographs — Part 1

In the following article series, I am going to show how to post-process astrophotographs. The preparations to open the file in Adobe® Lightroom are the same as described in How To create a Monochrome Image. This article will guide you through the basic steps of post-processing in
Adobe® Lightroom. The second article will continue with the specific adjustments for astrophotography.

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How to create a Monochrome image from a RAW file? – Part 3

How to create a Monochrome image from a RAW file? – Part 3

This is the third and final part of “How to create a Monochrome image from a RAW file?”. In this article, I am going to guide you through the steps of merging the two monochromes, which we generated in Part 2, into one image.

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