Learn how to use Luminosity Masks and Curves Filters to fine-tune your Milky Way Astrophotography images inside ON1 Photo RAW. Using various creative masking techniques, we’ll target adjustments to our sky and our foreground separately, allowing for the stars in the night sky to pop with light!
ON1 Photo RAWIntermediate / AdvancedEditTip of the WeekLegacyEffectsMaskingDylan KoteckiON1 Photo RAW 2020
4 comments on “Making the Milky Way Pop in Your Night Sky”
On August 28, 2020 at 8:13 am Arthur Boothe wrote:
This is going to sound nuts, but did you see the face in the sky on this image?
On August 29, 2020 at 2:09 am firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Great watching you do this one however a little quick for me (old old man) slow down and don’t assume we understand every aspect of your workflow.
Thank you and will watch again when I have an image of the night sky to work on.
Keep these learning video’s coming, giving us the idea of what is achieved with more understanding of a great product.
On September 13, 2020 at 8:32 am John Chubb wrote:
This is really cool, and I’m beginning to understand masking!
On September 16, 2020 at 11:45 am Mario Micallef wrote:
This great Dylan, thanks.
I have a question for you too. Is it possible to say, stack 12 images of the milky way in On1 and if so, how?