How to Photograph Milky Way Panoramas

Wednesday, January 26th, 7pm US Eastern

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Join professional photographer Adam Woodworth for a live presentation of the tools and techniques needed to photograph the beauty of the Milky Way arcing across the entire sky.

You Will Learn:

  • Camera Gear - Cameras, lenses, tripods
  • Panorama Gear - Nodal rails, rotators, multi-axis heads
  • Exposure Settings
  • Shooting Techniques
  • Planning panoramas with PhotoPills
  • Basics of Stitching in Software
Portland Head Light Panorama

Learn how to take the exposures needed to create the panorama later in software.

We'll discuss nodal rails and rotators, and how they help with capturing panos.

Learn what techniques to use to photograph all the elements of a pano, including exposure stacking for dark scenes.

Learn how to plan your next panorama easily with PhotoPills!

Meet Your Host

Adam Woodworth has been photographing the Milky Way for 10 years, which is an eternity if the world of landscape astrophotography!

  • Wrote one of the original tutorials on Landscape Astrophotography printed in Outdoor Photographer and on
  • Spoken on the Nikon School Theater stage at the PhotoPlus and CES Expos.
  • Produces video tutorials and teaches workshops on landscape astrophotography.
  • His book, Night Sky Photography: From First Principles to Professional Results, is a best seller on Amazon.
Self Portrait Using Nikon D5

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