An online talk by Robert Harvey ARPS EFIAP CEnv CSci MCIWEM with up to 100 places.
Digital photography enables us to capture the beauty of the night sky in unprecedented detail. In this evening of landscape astrophotography, Robert Harvey shows how to use an ordinary digital single lens reflex camera to make stunning images of stars, planets, earth's moon and the Milky Way, as well as more elusive astronomical phenomena such as meteors and eclipses.
Time permitting, Robert will also discuss photographing the aurora borealis and total solar eclipses.
Professional photographer Robert Harvey holds the Excellence award of the Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique. He is inspired by remote locations such as coasts, mountains and deserts, where untamed land is sculpted by natural elements. HIs photographic schedules are often dictated by sunrise, sunset, moon, tides and weather.
Based in Wiltshire, Robert leads photography tours throughout Britain, as well as overseas. He regularly lectures to specialist photographic audiences around the country and is the author of several books on photography and astronomy including “Photographing the Heavens” (2019), “Night Sky” (2019) and “Photographing Wiltshire” (2020).
There will be time for questions and answers at the end of the talk.
Tickets will go on sale on 1 April. Ticket sales will close on 10 July to allow time to process bookings and send the video link to participants. A link to join the talk will be emailed to participants shortly after this.
Event times are stated in UK time.
All images (c) Robert Harvey, www.naturalworldphotography.net
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