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Reach for details beyond what your eyes can see with this collection of 14 unique Templates that channel wonderful galaxies far away, adorned with splendid stars and all shades of blue, purple, and black.
14 Templates. Compatible with JPEG and RAW images.
Luminar AI, Luminar NEO
Using the provided RAW files you will easily practice retouching tips and learn how to get photos like these.
The night sky holds incredible detail in faint and distant light. While our long exposures capture far more detail than our eyes can see, it’s up to our post-processing to bring that detail to life.
These 14 Templates tackle anything from the galactic core of the Milky Way under the darkest of skies to towering mountains lit up by moonlight.
By taking advantage of traditional astrophotography processing techniques combined with tools exclusive to LuminarAI, such as EnhanceAI, Supercontrast, Mystical, and Glow, these Templates help you illustrate the wonders of the night sky.
Each Template takes a unique approach to pulling out details and enhancing your final result.
Whether you’re looking for a one-click solution or to give yourself an advantage as you further customize your image, these Templates are sure to help you unlock the details of our universe.
Jack likes to tailor these Templates by adjusting the White Balance and Exposure as a way to define the style for each image.
Jack Fusco is a landscape astrophotographer and timelapser based out of San Diego, California. For Jack, photography began as a way to document his travels as a touring musician, but it has become his main form of creative expression.
On his often-sleepless journeys, Jack strives to share the wonder of the night sky with as many people as possible. Whether chasing the Milky Way along coastlines or capturing the northern lights in unforgiving remote locations, he’s sure to have coffee in hand and be smiling up at the stars.
Many of Jack’s images are planned days, weeks, or even months in advance while waiting for weather and celestial objects to align. The resulting work shows a true and complete dedication to his craft.
Jack’s work has been featured by National Geographic, TEDx, the LA Times, NASA APOD, the BBC, Forbes, and many more publications.