Overnight Astrophotography Camping Workshop with Photographer Luke Ballard
Enjoy a night under the stairs on this astro-photography camp-out evening as you learn to capture stunning Astro images with your DSLR and award winning photographers Luke Ballard and Toni Sargent! Upon arrival you will be shown where you can set up your camp - or to your bed if you have chosen the Guest House Accommodation. You will have the afternoon to set up camp, explore the beautiful BnB and Staple House Inn grounds as well as meet your fellow photographers.
Enjoy a beautiful evening under the stars in Woolooga, Queensland for this Astrophotography workshop with award winning photographers Luke Ballard and Toni Sargent.
This is a full night of Astrophotography, where you'll study, capture and enjoy the beautiful Milky Way. The Staple House BnB in Woolooga is in a definite dark sky area so, weather permitting should be a perfect clear night of photo-enjoyment. There are several amazing spots with fabulous foregrounds for images you will not capture elsewhere and once the class has finished for the evening, you are welcome to continue practicing your new found techniques and star gaze to your hearts content
You will learn how to get your settings correct and instruction on composition. You will also learn some tips and tricks that the pros use to be at the right place at the right time!
Your ticket includes the price of your camp site, bbq dinner and the workshop with Luke and Toni. Please bring your own camp equipment otherwise please contact your local operator after booking to hire camp equipment: tent (AU$40), sleeping bag (AU$20)
Alternatively you may chose the guesthouse accommodation offer and sleep in the bunk house (please note this is shared accommodation and suits a maximum of 8 people, so book early to avoid disappointment). Dinner will be around 5:30pm, with the workshop soon after. In the morning, you'll have an included breakfast around 8am.
- Sleeping bag and mattress
- Camp Chair
- Torch (Red light torches are a plus!)
- Camera - fully charged with spare batteries if you have them
- Widest lens/es you have
- Tripod - this is essential for astrophotography
- Remote shutter release (if you have one).