Attendee: $90 per person (Sold Out)
Location: Perth Observatory
Date: 13th of January
Time: 6:30 pm - 10 pm (Doors open at: 6:00 pm)
This promises to be a fun relaxed evening of photographing the Moon on some fantastic telescopes using your camera. The group size of 20 people maximum means you will have plenty of time to photograph the Moon.
Using a combination of Astrophotography Australia telescope and equipment, and the Perth Observatory telescopes, we will have a wide range of focal lengths (magnifications) and types of telescopes available. You will be able to take photographs of the moon that feature the full disk, and photographs that are at much higher magnification.
Before heading to the telescopes we will have a one-hour theory session where Roger Groom will take you through the process of photographing the Moon. We will talk about the equipment and software, and touch briefly on the image processing that you might do following the night.
At the time of booking please provide details of your camera brand and model so that we can appropriately cater for all guests. You are encouraged to bring your own camera T-ring adaptor if you have one, and also barlow lenses if you have those (using the equipment you have helps become more familiar with your own equipment). Please provide information at the time of booking.
To book your spot on the Lunar Photography Workshop right now, you need to enter the number of people coming in and then click the date in the booking calendar. A green background denotes there is still space on the workshop on that night, the red background denotes the workshop is fully booked and the yellow background denotes today’s date.
Once you’ve done that, click on the Book Now button and that will take you to the checkout section where you can pay for your spot(s).
You’ll get a confirmation email and on the night the host will ask you for the name the booking was under and then mark you off on the booking sheet.