Look up at night what do you see? Musicians have talked about it; poets have talked about it. Moreover, even the artists have tried to portray what a starry night looks like but from their perspective. Vincent Van Gogh or any other artist, we have always looked above to stars, the milky way, and the moon for inspiration. But has anyone visualized what is happening there? Fortunately, enough, yes! They have. Astrophotography is a type of photography where the photographers shoot the sky at night and the results are mind-blowing. The final shot appears to portray the milky way and the stars within it along with the various otherworldly colors that it forms. However, astrophotography is more than just snapping a photo through a camera with some adjustments. That is to say, to be able to edit the photo or post-processing is a pre-requisite skill for it. For editing, there are two of the most common editing platforms that we will talk about. These editing platforms are; Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. In our article, we will go over these two platforms and give you a few tips on how to edit astrophotography in Photoshop and Lightroom.
So, without further ado lets begin with it.
Best Software for Editing Astrophotography
Firstly, let’s debunk as to why Photoshop at the first place for editing astrophotography? Thing is, adobe Photoshop is editing software that is more suitable for people who are familiar with post-processing. And, though Lightroom is equally fine, it does not allow for photo manipulation. Subsequently, sometimes you need to add some stars to make the image look more appealing. This is something Lightroom isn’t programmed to do. However, as far as the adjustments to the photo is concerned, Lightroom, as mentioned previously is equally great.
Now, let us see how to edit astrophotography in Photoshop and Lightroom:
Photo edited in Lightroom.
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