An Intro to Astro-imaging
Either a 2 day residential or single day course of Astrophotography with our team professional astronomers.
Astro-Photographers from 16 to 100 years old will enjoy this experience.
This course is suitable for all levels - beginner to expert.
We'll take you through the essentials even if you don't have any kit, and we'll give you some advice on buying and using the right kit if you're thinking about that. Things to think about bringing are:
- A smartphone
- DSLR camera & telescope adapter
- Your own telescope if you have one
- Laptop (to learn about processing and stacking etc)
If you are bringing your own DSLR we have adapters available for popular models of camera to enable you to use your camera with our telescopes during the event.
Additionally - specific questions can be emailed to our experts in advance, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn the first steps in taking pictures of the night sky and wonders of the universe. Whether you're a beginner starting out as an astrophotographer, or you have equipment that you'd like help with, or even if you're an expert looking for top tips on processing, this experience is for you. This extended course will give you ample time to get to know your camera and astrophotography techniques followed with supervised imaging sessions, including taking your own pictures in what is one of the best dark sky locations in England. No previous knowledge is required. Bring your camera if you have one and laptop but they are not essential.
Dates & Times
This event type is running on the following dates & times:
|Saturday 13th October, 2018||9:00pm||View Details|
|Saturday 10th November, 2018||9:00pm||View Details|
|Sunday 11th November, 2018||2:00pm||View Details||Book Now|
|Saturday 8th December, 2018||9:00pm||View Details|
|Sunday 9th December, 2018||2:00pm||View Details||Book Now|
Take fantastic pictures of the landscape at night. Bring your DSRL & capture the milky way, moon scapes & more.
Capture the wonders of the universe, including Milky Way dark sky objects and beyond.