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PODCAST 139: Mark Gee | New Zealand Southern Hemisphere Milky Way Photography Tips & Favorite Locations

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What Milky Way Photographer out there doesn’t share the bucket list item with me of Southern Hemisphere Milky Way? Answer is no one! Every Milky Way Photographer out there has a dream of going to see the Southern Hemisphere Milky Way before they die! Join Aaron on the podcast dreaming of New Zealand with Master Milky Way Photographer Mark Gee! …

PODCAST 135: Photo Taco’s Jeff Harmon | Don’t Stress, Have Fun! Be a Hobbyist Again!

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As we get too crazy into our photography hobby, there are areas that we drop off the hobbyist map and try to turn it into a side hustle. Don’t let the stress of worrying about the wrong things ruin this hobby for you! We talk with Photo Taco’s Jeff Harmon about having fun as a photographer again! Photo Taco’s Jeff …

Milky Way Photography Workshops in 2020!

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Photog Adventures’ Milky Way Photography Workshops in 2020 are ready for registration and already selling out! Milky Way Photography Workshops Have you always wanted to learn Milky Way Photography or Astrophotography? Dying to capture the Milky Way from incredible dark skies like those in Utah? Then get out on one of the Photog Adventures’ Milky Way Photography Workshops in 2020! …

Bust at Baker City! | Milky Way Wednesday On the Road

Bust at Baker City! | Milky Way Wednesday On the Road

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Welcome to a special edition of Milky Way Wednesday on the Road! While on the road for my Crater Lake & Oregon Coast Milky Way Workshop I have captured some fun videos of the group, images over their shoulders and some awesome timelapses! Location Searching in Baker City PART ONE starts off where I am on the road to Portland …

Clarence Spencer Astromodified Cameras

Clarence Spencer | Nightscaper Conference 2019 |Learn Everything about Astro-Modded Cameras, IR Filter Removal, and H-Alpha

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We recorded this presentation by Clarence Spencer at the 2019 Nightscaper Conference. Clarence discusses everything you ever wanted to know about cameras modified for Astrophotography! Get better reds, more color out of your nebulae, and low-contrast deep sky objects! Bring out detail in your core without high ISO if that is what you love. You can get the most out …

PODCAST 130: Brilliant Portfolio Leading Milky Way at Island in the Sky in Canyonlands National Park

PODCAST 130: Brilliant Portfolio Leading Milky Way at Island in the Sky in Canyonlands National Park

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Brendon and Aaron finally get a chance to get back out there with their cameras and celebrate 3-years of doing Milky Way Photography on a 4-Night Trip that of course did not entirely go to plan. We began this trip with a cancellation, as clouds ruined our chances of getting a Milky Way out at Royce Bair Milky Way Butte, …

The Best of the Best - Our Most Popular Website, Podcast, and Video Content

Photog Adventures – Most Popular Shows

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The Best of the Best – Our Most Popular Website, Podcast, and Video Content We’ve made some really popular content since we started Photog Adventures. But some are on the Photog Adventures YouTube Channel, some are on our Photog Adventures Podcast, some are on our Photog Adventures Facebook page, and others are pages here on our Photog Adventure Website. So …

Reflected Milky Way Photography at Silver Lake for Night 11! | #TheGreatMilkyWayChase Vlog

Reflected Milky Way Photography at Silver Lake for Night 11! | #TheGreatMilkyWayChase Vlog

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Silver Lake provides a good reflection opportunity for the Milky Way. We were lucky to have a very still night and yet AGAIN a cloudless sky to capture the Milky Way with! Brighton Resort gives off some local light pollution which luckily is blocked by the trees on the shoreline. Those trees keep the lights from ruining the reflection of …