About this Talk
The genre of landscape astrophotography is dominated by images of the Milky Way core, and whilst it may be the brightest and most colorful region, it’s such a small section of the entire Milky Way band. Limiting your photography to just the core means facing south over the summer months, but there are different sections of the Milky Way found in different areas of the sky all year round.
Not only that, but the Milky Way is just one of many night sky wonders awaiting your capture. Let’s not forget about the moon and planets, meteor showers, auroras, eclipses, occultations and conjunctions, red sprites and blue jets, lunar rainbows and halos, to name a few.
In this talk Alyn Wallace will teach how to locate and how to best capture all of these incredible objects and phenomena. You will become better attuned to the seasonal nature of the night sky so that you can shoot all year round in a myriad of different ways.