How I Composed Golden Hour & Milky Way Shots At The Lavender Fields in France
BTS: Composing Milky Way & Golden Hour Shots At The Lavender Fields
All images in the video were editing with Raya Pro/InstaMask
I’ve just wrapped up a 10-day visit to Valensole, France, to capture the famous lavender fields there.
My aim was to come out with 4 or 5 workable images, including a mixture of Milky Way and golden hour shots.
In this video I take you to the main locations I had planned to shoot, and talk about why I choose certain compositions over others. You can see the final results at the end of the video, after 8 minutes.
At the end of next month I will be releasing a new course, which teaches planning, shooting and post-processing. It will include some images featured in this video, as well as many others.
Keep an eye on my YouTube channel for a notification of when that is available.
3 thoughts on “BTS: Composing Milky Way & Golden Hour Shots At The Lavender Fields”
Nice stuff as usual Jerry, always a thrill shooting the lavender on the valensole plateau! I live not far from there, and would love to meet up and shoot next year if you’re back in the area.
I think your results are well worth publishing, and I am sure the course will be very interesting
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