Death Valley Landscape and Night Photography Workshop

A fabulous landscape, low light, astronomical and moonlight workshop in the otherworldly magnificence of Death Valley

£3495 / Deposit of £300.00

  • 23rd Mar - 2nd Apr 2017

A fabulous adventure, photographing the fabulous landscape of the Amercian South West - night photography, moonlight, astronimoical photography.

Death Valley is renowned as a geographical spectacle with a foreboding reputation. With a landscape diversity nearly 300ft under the sea to altitudes of 11000ft, the journey will be like no other. From the arid desert saltpans of Badwater, to beautiful golden dunes at dawn, to the 4000-year-old Bristlecone Pines aloft the White Mountains, expect a diverse and location rich experience. We will visit other inspiring locations - Zabriske Point, Mesquite Dunes, Mobius Arch, Badwater, Golden Canyon, Lone Pine, photographing at the best times, in the best light.

David is renowned for his night time images, so expect to extend your portfolio and your imaging knowledge beyond the usual as you train your cameras towards the heavens. With a wealth of astronomical and light painting photography knowledge, we will shoot some truly spectacular images under the glow of the Milky Way. Death Valley is remote, an incredible dark skies area with low humidity that produces stars with incredble clarity.

From sunsets, to light painting and moonlight, if there is one trip to take your photography heaven bound, join Light and Land for a truly astronomical experience to Death Valley

Additional Information

  • Travel to the USA

    Recommended UK flights direct from London Heathrow to McCarran Airport in Las Vegas
    23rd March 2017 - LHR 15:50 > LAS 19:30
    2nd April 2017   - LAS 21:30 > LHR 15:30 (arriving on the 3rd April)

  • DSLR's and Equipment for Night Photography

    Literally all cameras produced in last few years will be more than capable of producing stunning night time images. It is a common mistake that specialist gear is necessary. This obviously helps better quality, but it’s not essential. As long as your camera is capable of shooting ISO3200 without excessive noise, then images of the Milky Way and the heavens are there for the taking. The image above of the Orion Nebula was taken using a 5Dmk2 and a 70-300f4L IS.

    I have successfully used a Canon 6D to create wonderful and professional nighttime work. I will also be taking an astronomical tracking mount so we can also explore and learn even more about this fascinating subject. If you need any help and guidance, then don’t hesitate to get in touch.

£3495 / Deposit of £300.00

  • 23rd Mar - 2nd Apr 2017
  • Duration 11 days
  • Location Death Valley, USA
  • Included All accommodation, all minibus transportation, all tuition, some breakfasts are included.
  • Excluded All meals, insurances, flights to Las Vegas are excluded
  • Accommodation All accommodation is in reputable comfortable air conditioned hotels.
  • Max Group Number 8
  • Fitness Level Moderate