In preparation for my first ever Milky Way skyscape photo shoot on the 15th August (next new moon) I wanted to ask a question about the post processing situation.
I have Elements 11 and wondered if there is a similar “dehaze” function as found in other Adobe software? I am a complete noob with Photoshop although I have had it for over 1 year, but want to know how to bring out the best in my Milky Way shots.
I will use the Cokin ND grad to help with light pollution in the foreground (up to the horizon, which will most likely be the bottom ¼ or 1/3rd of the image.
Any ideas, links or suggestions on how to get the best results in post will be very gratefully appreciated.
I will be using both my 5DIII with a 24-105L and my 70D with a Sigma 10-20.
Many thanks in advance