Milky Way & Night Sky Photo Workshop

CountyYavapai (AZ1155)
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Yavapai (AZ1155)
Tel 2019-10-19
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Milky Way & Night Sky Photo Workshop

The attendees will learn how to shoot Milky Way with a digital camera and how to process photos using Lightroom or other post processing software. Noise reduction techniques such as photo stacking and tracking will be discussed, however, may not be taught in this workshop. A digital camera (DSLR or mirrorless cameras) with manual mode setting and capabilipy of long exposure shutter speed, a wide angle lens with manual focus, and tripod are required. A computer with Lightroom or other post processing software, and wide angle lens (28mm or wider for full frame sensor, 18mm or wider for APS-C sensor cameras) with f2.8 or faster, and shutter release preferred. Please note that this workshop is not intended for advanced or professional photographers who shoot Milky Way or night skies on regular basis.

Please arrive 15 min early so we can start shooting at starting time. Feel free to email me at if you have any questions.   Advanced post processing workshop may be available per request the following morning the day after the workshop (Additional fee). Please contact me prior to the day of workshop.  日本語でもどうそ! Private/one on one workshop or more advanced workshop (shooting techniques and advanced post processing techniques, composition, etc) may be available upon request for additional fee. Please feel free to contact me. Workshop may be cancelled due to weather. The location may change within the vicinity. You will be notified of the details prior to the workshop. Timeline  First 2 hours will be spent shooting and the rest will be spent processing photos.
The workshop may take place over a two-day period.  Equipments  Digital camera (DSLR or mirrorless) with manual mode (required) Tripod (required) Wide angle lens with f2.8 or faster with manual focus (required)  Shutter release (preferred) Computer with post processing software such as Lightroom (preferred) Locations     September 21 & 28 Sedona/Village of Oak Creek October 19 & 26 The last chance to capture the core of the Milky Way until 2020.   **After October, this workshop will be ”Startrail Workshop” instead of Milky Way as the core of MW will not be visible until March of 2020. Stay tuned.  .

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