In mid-August, one of the year’s most spectacular meteor showers--the Perseids--will rain down for all to enjoy.
Have you ever wondered how the pros capture such amazing images of meteor showers, and why yours just don’t seem to compare?
If so, this all-new and fun-filled workshop (all in air-conditioned comfort) is definitely for you! Here you will learn:
What the Perseid meteor shower is and how to view itGear you’ll need to capture meteor trails How to aim and expose your camera properlyHow to understand and process your meteor imagesTricks to assemble a beautiful meteor shower photo …and much more!
Participants should have a camera that can be manually adjusted to take time exposures and focus manually, a solid tripod, a locking remote control unit, camera user manual, and working knowledge of all your gear and image processing software.
Spaces are limited, so don’t miss this one-time opportunity!
About Your Instructor
Dennis Mammana is a noted and accomplished night sky photographer whose career has spanned six decades. His stunning celestial imagery has earned him a coveted invited membership in TWAN(The World at Night), where he is one of only six sky photographers to represent the U.S. in this elite international team. The author of six books on astronomy, and hundreds of magazine and encyclopedia articles, Mammana also writes his nationally-syndicated weekly column Stargazers, now in its 26th consecutive year. Rarely will you learn from a more experienced, knowledgeable and popular instructor!