Join Aurora Explorer Ken Sklute in Fairbanks, AK to photograph the dancing lights of the Aurora Borealis. The natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights provides astrophotographers with opportunities to photograph the night sky with colorful displays of green, pink and violet. You will quickly see why Aurora Borealis has been called Nature’s theater.
Ken will take you out each evening for an adventure chasing the Aurora and provide on-location instruction on how to capture this celestial wonder creatively. Of course we are at the mercy of the weather and the cloud cover.The September trip is a wonderful time to visit as ken has many beautiful locations to choose from since the area has not yet frozen over. This is the time to be comfortable outside at night and use the reflections of the many lakes, rivers and streams for spectacular compositions!
Where We’re Going:
Our workshop will take place in Fairbanks, AK and visit surrounding areas like the city of North Pole, the exciting University of Fairbanks and many beautiful, picturesque areas surrounding Alaska’s second largest city including at least one trip down to visit Denali National Park!
Making a reservation with us for this trip is non-refundable. We are reserving your place with us and ultimately turning others away once we are full.
What is included:
Local transportation from the base hotel in Fairbanks each day as well as our opening night dinner. Photographic instruction and guidance are a big part of joining us on this adventure.
What is not included in the fee:
Airfare to Fairbanks, hotel accommodations , meals (other than opening night dinner), alcohol, clothing, hand warmers.
The cost of this experience will be $2,595.00 (USD) per person. We will connect you with other participants if room sharing is something that might interest you.
Have questions? Contact Ken at email@example.com
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Ken Sklute has been honored by much of the leading photographic manufacturers as an ambassador or representative highlighting his knowledge and photographic expertise. Ken has enjoyed a diverse career photographing landscapes, professional sports, and people.
Phone: (602) 738-0601