Milky Way Landscape Photography: Tracking and Stacking with Erik Kuna
Join Erik Kuna in his follow up class to Demystifying Milky Way Landscape Photography and take your Milky Way photos to the next level! Erik guides you through the practices, techniques, hardware, and software to get the job done. If you are new to Milky Way photography, make sure you watch the previous class first!
What’s inside this class? Find out below!
- Why Stack and Track?
- What is Stacking?
- Stacking Foundation
- Stacking Tips
- What is Tracking?
- Review of Previous Night’s Shoot
- Back to Studio
- Stacking vs Tracking
- Types of Frames for Stacking
- How to Shoot Dark Frames and Flat Frames
- Software Used for Stacking
- Stacking with Photoshop: Part 1
- Stacking with Photoshop: Part 2
- Using Starry Landscape Stacker for Mac
- Using Sequator for Windows
- Tracking Planning and Hardware
- Combining Tracked and Non-tracked Photos
You’ll walk away from this class with the skills to tackle the entire Milky Way!
Watch Erik Kuna’s latest class—it’s a hands-on look at the Canon 1DX Mark III!
Erik is the Vice President of Operations for KelbyOne, and a passionate Rocket Launch photographer. His goal is to create images that help educate people about the space industry and inspire them to learn more about the beauty of space exploration. His passion was ignited in 2015 by seeing the SpaceX Falcon 9 booster land successfully. He felt like from that moment, he had to be part of documenting and capturing the beauty and inspiration of spaceflight and has never looked back. He has recently pushed his work farther by working with Plotaverse to heighten his images with motion.