Let's Look deeper...
July 18th and 19th
You've asked for it! An astrophotography Workshop with guidance on deep space photography. Desolate Deep Space is set to take place August of 2020. Adriana Michima will be teaming up with Ronald Perez as a Deep Space expert for this one.
Dates and locations subject to change based on weather.
I will send a list of things you should have for this shoot prior to the date as well as a detailed itinerary at least two weeks before the class. We will be camping overnight for this one.
Please send deposits to reserve your spot! Info at the bottom of this page.
Price: $250 ($75 due at registration)
We will be providing food and transportation from the meeting location in Laramie WY. A few seats are available if you would like to carpool from Denver. Limited availability based on time of registration.
$75 is due at the time of registration to hold your spot. The remaining balance of the workshop must be paid no later than 30 days prior to the first day of the workshop. If you fail to do so, your spot in the workshop may be lost, and you will not receive a refund.
Should you need to cancel your attendance to the workshop, the down payment can be refunded within 120 days of the start of the workshop. After 120 days before the workshop, the down payment is non-refundable.
Difficulty: Moderate to difficult
This workshop will involve some hiking at night up sand dunes, as well as walking over rocks and moving over uneven mountain terrain during the day. Depending on how high up the dunes we climb and how heavy your pack is will determine the moderate to difficult level.
If you have any concerns about your fitness level for this workshop, please contact me.
Group Size: 5-8 Students
We will be capping this workshop at 8 students to ensure enough one-on-one instruction.
Recommended Skill Level:
My clients have a wide range of skills all the way from beginners to experienced semi-professionals. This workshop is open to all skill levels.
We will Cover the following:
Composition and Framing
Focus Stacking and Bracketing
- Overcoming the limitations of the camera to create perfectly exposed and in focus images from front to back.
(exposure times, some light painting techniques)