Milky Way Photography
Milky Way Workshop: FAQs
Capturing the brilliant beauty of the Milky Way on camera is a fulfilling experience. Before you sign up for my Milky Way photography workshop, be sure to read the following Frequently Asked Questions and answers:
What will I learn during the Milky Way photography workshop?
When you attend the workshop, you’ll learn the skills and knowledge required to capture amazing Milky Way shots out in the field. You’ll also learn new post-processing skills that will help you bring out the best detail in your photos.
Can this workshop be held during inclement weather?
The Milky Way workshop garners the best results when the skies and the weather is clear. The workshop will be rescheduled if it’s during periods of heavy rain or thick fog that could get in the way of your photos.
How many people will attend the workshop?
Currently, there is a maximum of three students allowed per workshop session.
What do I do during the post-processing training and how does it work?
After the session, we’ll arrange for a one-hour meeting via Zoom or Skype where you’ll learn how to edit your photos using either Photoshop or Lightroom for incredible results.
What kind of camera do I need for the Milky Way photography workshop?
For best results, you’ll need a relatively recent DSLR or Mirrorless camera that is required (2012 or newer), with a lens 20mm or wider and a minimum aperture of f4 or below.
How do I get to the location of the workshop?
Once you sign up, I’ll give you the location where we will meet, but you’ll need to provide your own transportation to the workshop. All locations will be within the Hampshire, Dorset, or Sussex areas. Locations may expand after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
How do I sign up to attend one of your Milky Way workshops?
Feel free to contact me via telephone or online to book your slot. A deposit is required, and the rest must be paid before the session begins.