Oregon Milky Way Timelapses & Blending in Photoshop | Milky Way Wednesday every week at 7pm MT

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Join Aaron King while he goes over his Oregon Milky Way Timelapses & Blending. He processes a couple images of Secret Beach and the Milky Way! He then shows how to combine a blueish hour photo with a second one taken in the same place with the Milky Way. Aaron also shows the final version of his time lapses from Secret Beach, Thor’s Well and Cape Kiwanda!

Here’s Aaron’s finished Milky Way time lapse for the portion from Secret Beach:

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