Adam Woodworth is a landscape photographer, award-winning filmmaker and software engineer. He has had a love of photography for most of his life and one of his main focuses is landscape astrophotography. His earliest memory of gazing up in awe at the night sky was as a child in a canoe on a lake in Maine, fishing at night. The intensity of the star-filled sky in such a peaceful spot was a powerful experience, and now he enjoys sharing that experience through his photography. Follow him on Instagram as @awoodworthphoto.
Articles by Adam Woodworth
How To Photograph Night Sky Landscapes
Follow these basic steps to create night sky landscapes that blend properly exposed foregrounds with the stars above.
Photographing The Milky Way At 50mm
Photographing the Milky Way at 50mm.
Milky Way Panorama On The Coast Of Maine
Photographer Adam Woodworth captures the Milky Way on the rocky seacoast of Maine.
The Milky Way Through A River Gorge
Photographer Adam Woodworth captures the Milky Way between the walls of a gorge on the Bay of Fundy.
Big Bend Blue Hour Bluebonnets and Milky Way
Photographer Adam Woodworth captures the Milky Way at twilight over wildflowers in Big Bend National Park.
The Story Behind: Milky Way Falls
Photographer Adam Woodworth shares the story behind the planning and execution of this shot of the Milky Way over a waterfall.
The Story Behind: Galactic Cave
Photographer Adam Woodworth shares the story behind the planning and execution of this shot of the Milky Way from a sea cave.
Sukakpak Mountain Reflection
Photographer Adam Woodworth captures a mountain pond reflection in Alaska, a roadside shot that was 200 miles up a dirt road.
Epic Photo Road Trip
Charting a course from Maine to Alaska for the photo adventure of a lifetime.
Star Stacking For Pinpoint Stars And Low Noise
Landscape astrophotographer Adam Woodworth shares the camera settings and software needed to capture pinpoint stars with low noise in your Milky Way photos.
3 Hours of Milky Way Editing in 60 Seconds!
Capturing the Milky Way over a small town in Maine.
Winter In Death Valley
Some tips on where to shoot on your first visit to Death Valley National Park.
Nikon D850 Hands-On Review
The D850 is a compelling upgrade from the D810: more resolution, better high ISO performance and many comforts that make shooting in the field much easier.
Focus Shift With The Nikon D850
Focus stacking made easy with the Nikon D850.
In The Dark With The New Nikon D850
ISO 25,600 with 45.7 megapixels? No problem!
Serendipity With A Moose
The moose shot I’ve been waiting for.
China Poot Peak Over Homer Harbor, Alaska
Magic light on the mountains surrounding Homer, Alaska.
An Evening at Sunwapta Falls
A waterfall below an island on a river with a mountain backdrop? Yes, please!
Lake Louise Reflection Shot, With Feeling
Shooting a Lake Louise reflection in mid-spring.
Goblins And Aurora
Capturing a Milky Way panorama with the Northern Lights and Goblins in the desert of Utah.