Nightscapes Workshop

  • "Shoot for the moon and if you miss, you'll still be among the stars"
    - Les Brown

There is very little that is as awe inspiring as the milky way and this workshop will give you all the information you need to capture it.

The workshop covers:

Setting your camera in full manual to expose the night sky

  • How to focus in the dark
  • Exposure times to achieve pin point stars
  • Exposure settings and techniques to achieve star trails
  • Exposing for the foreground
  • Post processing tips to get the most from your images

Duration:

The workshop runs over one evening (time varies depending on date)

Location

We meet at the Lancefield Hotel in the afternoon to run through preliminary information and workshop material. We then drive together to the location.


Booking

Bookings can be made using the link on this page. Once completed and payment is made, your place is secured.

Please ensure you have read our Terms and Conditions prior to booking this workshop.

Requirements

  • A DSLR or Mirrorless camera capable of being set to Manual
  • Tripod
  • A wide angle lens with a wide aperture
  • Clothing suitable for cold weather
  • Headlamp (headlamp with red light preferred)
  • Sturdy footwear. Hiking boots or shoes should be considered for this workshop

Photographic Knowledge

This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience from beginner to advanced.

Minimum requirements are that you know how to change your ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture in Manual Mode on your camera.

Level of Fitness

This workshop can involve a minor degree of physical exercise.

Please ensure you have read our Terms and Conditions prior to booking.
Reserve your place for our next Workshop

Dates for the next Nightscape Workshops are:

- 21st May 2022

- 25th June 2022

- 22nd October 2022

Nightscapes Workshop

Nightscapes Workshop

Learn how to capture the Milky Way

Starting from $149.00

very informative
what a great night, coffee, tea, chocolate biscuits and great company, all taken in the classroom/shed before we headed out to shoot the night sky.

Matt and Alex where very professional and had a great presentation of both written material, to take away for later reference and a visual display. All content was explained in full and no question was too silly to ask (I know as i asked a few) I now feel confident enough to go out and shoot the night skies with a lot more understanding of the why.
I like the idea that at anytime I can get in touch with the boys with my silly questions again and they will help me out. Great night, would highly recommend them.

GALLERY

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