Ian Norman demonstrates how you can use a standard prime lens, like a 50mm to make a medium format sized photograph of the night sky.

In this tutorial, Ian Norman from LonelySpeck.com demonstrates how you can use a standard prime lens, like a 50mm to make a medium format sized photograph of the night sky. To do this, he takes a series of images and stitches them together with the use of Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Lightroom.

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If you’d like to see more astrophotography tips you can find Ian on YouTube, he has a helpful collection of videos there. A great source of information if you are interested in night sky photography in particular. You can also stay in touch with Ian via his Facebook page, Google+ or on Twitter.

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