Join Luke Tscharke and Jay Evans on an exciting astrophotography workshop based in Narooma, on the South Coast of New South Wales. You will be treated to three nights and two full days (four days total) of dedicated astrophotography coaching and tuition, both in the field during capture and back at the accommodation including post processing sessions. With ideal tides and timing for dark night skies this workshop will help you take your astrophotography to the next level. Whilst we can’t guarantee clear skies to capture the stars (keep your fingers crossed!), the Narooma area offers some amazing locations for photography, where we will also photograph at sunrise and sunset.
- Glasshouse Rocks
- Horsehead Rock
- Camel Rock
- Mulimburra Point (if time permits)
- On-location Coaching
- Image Post-processing classes
|DATES:||Thursday 9th May to Sunday 12th May 2019|
|WORKSHOP COMMENCES:||Sydney CBD, pickup location to be advised|
|WORKSHOP BASE:||Amooran Apartments, Narooma, New South Wales|
|GROUP SIZE:||Maximum 10 participants, minimum 6|
|FITNESS LEVEL:||A moderate level of fitness is required to walk along rocky coastlines|
|SKILL LEVEL:||Suitable for all photographers from beginners to experienced photographers|
|INCLUSIONS:||Price includes accommodation, ground transport (ex-Sydney CBD) and fuel, location instruction, classroom and image processing classes. All food and drink is extra. Does not include airfares. Prices based on twin share, single supplement available.|
Ground transport will be provided to and from Sydney CBD to Narooma for this workshop. You are welcome to drive yourself down to Narooma, please let us know in the order comments if you would like to take this option. Transport will also be provided to and from all of the shoot locations during the workshop. We ask that you join us in using this transport even if you self drive to ensure the workshop runs as smoothly as possible.
WHAT TO BRING
The workshop will take place on one of the most rugged and spectacular coastlines in Australia. You will need to be prepared as we will be accessing rock shelves at the ocean in the dark.
- Head torch (with new batteries)
- Good quality rock hopping boots or hiking boots that you don’t mind getting wet
- Lenses suitable for astrophotography (feel free to contact Luke or Jay for advice)
- Remote timer for camera
- Sturdy Tripod
OPTIONAL BUT RECOMMENDED ITEMS
- Laptop (to get the most out of the post processing sessions)