Shoot the Milky Way with Monika Deviat SOLD OUT
FRIDAY APRIL 21 ….. but really it is SATURDAY APRIL 22 AT 2:00AM
Spring is a fantastic time to capture the Milky Way core rising in Banff National Park. The mountains are snow-capped, and the snow reflects starlight beautifully. With the early rise of the arc, compositions line up wonderfully with mountains in the Banff area.
Channel your inner night owl and join Monika for an unforgettable night of shooting the stars over Banff.
During the workshop, Monika will assist with focusing in the dark, figuring out your compositions with no light, and setting suggestions. Monika has extensive experience shooting at night in the area and will share some planning tips which you can use when you are home or travelling and want to capture the world at night.
The workshop will include transportation to the shooting location and light snack.
What to Bring:
Lens(es) – wider is generally better at night (i.e. 14-24mm) and faster (f2.8>)
Timer/intervalometer/remote to trigger your camera shutter
Warm layers, gloves, hats, etc. (it can still be -10C or colder at night)
Good boots (it can be icy)
We will meet at 1:00 AM for a debrief before heading out to shoot
2:00 AM arrive at our first location. Figure out compositions and settings so when the Milky Way core is above
Exact location to be determined with a possible location change during the
4:18 AM Astronomical twilight – shortly after this the galaxy will fade away, and the Milky Way shoot will be complete.
With Full Conference Registration – Regular $150 – Earlybird $112.50 until
January 31, 2023
Stand Alone for PPOC Members – Regular 200 – Earlybird $150 until January 31, 2023
Stand Alone for Non-Members – Regular $250 – Earlybird until January 31, 2023 – $187.50