Thu, Jun 3, 2021 · 1:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
About this Webinar
Join Matt Hill for an in-depth night photography tutorial on how-to on make Milky-Way panoramic images.
On the heels of a three-week tour of Joshua Tree Nat'l Park, Mojave Nat'l Monument, Grand Staircase, Vermillion Cliffs and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, he will share fresh images and insights on capturing our galaxy in its grandest form, the panoramic image.
At the end of the presentation, Matt will host a live Q&A, so bring your curiosity and questions!
It's a one-stop, comprehensive walkthrough for making both single- and multi-row Milky Way panoramic images of the Milky Way.
When to make Milky Way Panos?
What is different between day and night panos?
Single row or multi-row panos? When?
How many frames to shoot?
Parallax and nodal point adjustments
What pano rig did Matt use?
Calibration and setup
Coverage and overlap suggestions
Night Photographer, Educator, Artist, Meditator.
Director of Marketing Innovation at MAC Group.
Partner, co-founder of National Parks at Night and Night Photo Summit.