While this trip has VERY minimal hiking/walking to our locations, we will spend 1-2 nights outside camping in the cold in sleeping bags and tents provided by us.
If camping out under the stars at the Goosenecks isn't your idea of fun, then look into our Hotels ONLY workshops at Escalante, Oregon or the Salt Flats. If they are not available yet, keep an eye on PhotogAdventures.com/adventures
FLIGHTS NEED TO ARRIVE BY 9am MONDAY THE 16th IN ORDER TO MEET BY 10AM. Specifics will come in an email after you register.
This workshop is designed to give you an opportunity to do Milky Way Photography in three different locations with varied methods to the capture.
At Goblin Valley we will do Low-Level Lighting and capture the Milky Way and Foreground in ONE IMAGE but also give you the opportunity to try your hand at capturing a BLUE HOUR capture, keep your camera and tripod in position and wait for the Milky Way to get in position and capture your sky shot. Then we will show during the workshop how to blend those together using Lightroom and Photoshop.
At Goosenecks, we have very little challenge getting our composition but we have to blend two different time periods with light on the river below critical to our composition. We will arrive early enough to capture the light on the river, or stay long enough the morning after to get light on the river. The composition of your night time shot and foreground daytime shot is a VERY simple process.
The last place is Natural Bridges National Monument and it is a recognized Dark Sky Site by the International Dark Sky Association. The Owochomo bridge is an easy .3 mile hike down to it from the parking lot and will be hardest hike we go on all trip. Through light painting, we will see the bridge and will not need to blend any other images together.
At night four we will choose as a group one of the locations we have been to try again or if weather and clouds ruined one of our spots we will return there that last night.
If you have any questions, please get in touch by email at Info@PhotogAdventures.com.