Photographing the clear nighttime sky in Arizona is something that you will likely never forget. We have selected very particular times of the month to give you the opportunity to capture your preference of the nighttime sky. We are running a New Moon timeline (which is totally dark) to capture the Milky Way at its best, most rich and vivid time as well as working under the light of the full moon to capture star trails, fully lit landscapes and even time lapse capture to detail the earths rotation along with the changing sky.
This workshop will be based in Phoenix, Az., and will have us visiting several unique areas to provide you with a diverse collection of images that you will both enjoy capturing and displaying.
We will provide local transportation so that we will all remain together and enjoy discussions as we travel to the various foregrounds that will separate your images from ordinary to extraordinary. You will be responsible for your travel to Phoenix and your hotel and meals. Most of our evening meals will be picnic style meals as we will be out on location prior to sunset and well into the evening.
Every day will bring an entirely different scene. Be prepared for long beautiful nights in the desert. This class will be limited to 6 attendees to make sure that there is no overcrowding and plenty of one on one time while making your captures.
The cost of this experience will be $1,895.00 pp. We will connect you with other participants if room sharing is something that might interest you.
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Ken Sklute has been honored as one of Canon’s Explorers of Light, a designation shared by only 42 top photographers worldwide. Ken has enjoyed a diverse career photographing people, professional sports, architecture, weddings and landscapes.
Phone: (602) 738-0601