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Adam Woodworth
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New England Based Fine Art Landscape Photography
New England Based Fine Art Landscape Photography

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Quick Tip: Make Your Milky Way Photos Glow
Are you ready to take your Milky Way photos to the next level? Check out a few of my favorite methods for making the Milky Way pop and glow! Here's a simple glow effect you can try in Photoshop: 1) Add a levels adjustment layer to the top of your layer stac...

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New Video Tutorial! Making The Milky Way Pop!
I'm very excited to announce the release of my new video tutorial! Creative Edits Volume 2: Making The Milky Way Pop This new video course builds on my previous Creative Edits Volume 1 video by using advanced techniques in Photoshop to really make the Milky...

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Gear Review: NiSi 150mm Filters
Nikon D810, Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 lens, NiSi filter holder with NiSi 3-stop GND This is the second part of my review of the NiSi Filter system.  This review focuses on the 2 filters that I was provided by NiSi.  You can see my review of the filter holder here...

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Interviewed in the Jan 2016 issue of Digital Photo Pro!
I'm incredibly excited to announce that I have an interview in the Jan/Feb 2016 issue of Digital Photo Pro Magazine!  I was interviewed about my landscape astrophotography work, and the article features a number of my pictures.  On newsstands now!

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Gear Review: NiSi Filter Holder
NiSi Filter Holder on the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 lens In August of 2015 I was contacted by NiSi, a Chinese company that makes camera filters.  They offered me a filter holder for the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 lens and a couple filters in return for sending them phot...

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2016 Calendars On Sale!
My 2016 Landscape Astrophotography calendar is now available! It features 12 photos from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Newfoundland. The cost is $25 per calendar, plus shipping. From now until November 1st, you can get 20% off with coupon code ZOMBIE20...
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