September 9, 2019 | 3300 Views | By Nathan Keudell

Now Available in ON1 Plus! How to Shoot The Milky Way

The next episode of How to Shoot is for all the star gazers out there. How to Shoot The Milky Way with coach Hudson Henry features in-the-field discussion, gear recommendations, camera settings, light painting and editing inside ON1 Photo RAW.

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12 comments on “Now Available in ON1 Plus! How to Shoot The Milky Way”

  1. On September 4, 2019 at 10:51 am David Price wrote:

    Sounds great, I’ll look forward to it.
    Best wishes, David Price

  2. On September 7, 2019 at 8:21 pm Bob Miller wrote:

    Sounds really good Hudson, can’t wait!!

  3. On September 10, 2019 at 9:52 am Pete Galligan wrote:

    This probably would have been better 4 or 5 months ago since Milky Way season is just about over, but you always do a great job with these videos and I too am looking forward to seeing it.

    1. On September 20, 2019 at 8:17 am Hudson Henry replied:

      Ha I hear you, but there’s a bit of time left still for Milky Way here in the Northern Hemisphere and it’s just getting going in the Southern. Keep it bookmarked for the start of next season too.

  4. On September 12, 2019 at 10:06 am kenmonk1 wrote:

    Good video, but is it me. All the chat to camera has lost the lip sync. Happened in the Antony Morganti videos, too.

  5. On September 13, 2019 at 12:23 am Satya Raju wrote:

    Hi,
    I cannot seem to download the video?

    1. On September 13, 2019 at 9:09 am Nathan Keudell replied:

      Seems to be working fine for me, try resetting your internet. Contact support if you need further assistance.

      1. On September 13, 2019 at 9:36 pm Satya Raju replied:

        Thanks Nathan, its working now.

  6. On September 16, 2019 at 10:48 am Brent Howard wrote:

    Hi Hudson. Love your tutorials. I’ve been considering changing from the D800 to the Z series and noticed that in you remarks you mentioned the Z6 was the best for its low light capabilities yet you used the Z7 to do the milky way shoot in your tutorial. Just curious why and if you had the choice of 1 camera which would you choose if you did lots of landscape, nature and astro photography?
    Thanks a lot for your input
    Cheers, Brent

    1. On September 20, 2019 at 8:20 am Hudson Henry replied:

      The Z6 does do a better job in low light. I had it rigged for the Star Guider that messed up and the Z7 was all set for static. That’s the reason.
      If you do a lot of landscape work, then the Z7 is probably the better machine. It really depends on how much cropping and large printing you tend to do. The Z6 with it’s 24MP and crazy low light capability is an incredible everyday machine though at a lower cost with higher quality video output. I think a 60MP beast with 16-bit RAW capture may be coming before too long too if that has any impact on your decision making. I love both bodies. My D850 and D500 have been collecting dust sadly.

  7. On September 22, 2019 at 8:08 am jamescbean wrote:

    Great video with some very helpful info. Thank you!
    I would like to buy those presets you used in the video. Can you please tell me how to do so?
    Hope you’re enjoying the Tetons.
    Jim

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