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Exmoor Astrophotography Tour

19th - 21st Jun, 2020 - AVAILABLE

Tutored by Peter Hendrie and

£999.00 pp / Deposit -£200.00

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Join Peter Hendrie on our Astrophotography tour in Exmoor, Europe's first International dark sky reserve, to witness and photograph the wonders of the universe in the Northern Hemisphere.

Dark sky awareness in the National Park gained strength in 2009 with a variety of programmes on astronomy and conservation held during UNESCO's International Year of Astronomy. Full status was gained in 2011 with the 81 square kilometres of core zone were chosen to minimise human habitation but to maximise open land access and points of interest including Bronze Age burial mounds, (Barrows) deserted medieval settlements, ancient woodlands and wide open Moorland with steep sided Combes and meandering rivers.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to capture images of the enormous universe that surrounds our beautiful planet? If so, the limitations are endless. (Subject to weather conditions), there are almost endless possibilities to photograph stars, planets, constellations, galaxies, meteors, stunning star-trails compositions along with other objects to discover as we look skywards on this photographic adventure after the sun descends beneath the horizon.

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At a Glance

  • Tutored By
  • Exertion
    Easy
  • Included
    • Full board accommodation on single occupancy basis
    • Transport during the tour
    • Tuition from Peter Hendrie
  • Excluded
    • Extras
    • Travel to venue
  • Duration 2 Night Tours
  • Tour Code AST04
Exmoor Astrophotography Tour

Exmoor Astrophotography Tour - Exmoor National Park Dark Sky Photography

Join Peter Hendrie on our Astrophotography tour in Exmoor, Europe's first International dark sky reserve, to witness and photograph the wonders of the universe in the Northern Hemisphere.

Dark sky awareness in the National Park gained strength in 2009 with a variety of programmes on astronomy and conservation held during UNESCO's International Year of Astronomy. Full status was gained in 2011 with the 81 square kilometres of core zone were chosen to minimise human habitation but to maximise open land access and points of interest including Bronze Age burial mounds, (Barrows) deserted medieval settlements, ancient woodlands and wide open Moorland with steep sided Combes and meandering rivers.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to capture images of the enormous universe that surrounds our beautiful planet? If so, the limitations are endless. (Subject to weather conditions), there are almost endless possibilities to photograph stars, planets, constellations, galaxies, meteors, stunning star-trails compositions along with other objects to discover as we look skywards on this photographic adventure after the sun descends beneath the horizon.

Because of the nature of this workshop (Shooting from Dusk to Dawn) we will be focusing on landscape astrophotography (photography incorporating the landscape and the night sky) with an emphasis on successfully capturing the Milky Way. Our aim is to arm you with all of the knowledge and understanding to be able to move forward on your own as a night-Sky photographer.

This tour is part of our Luxury Editions tour and is limited to four participants. You will be staying at the fabulous Exmoor White Horse Inn on a full board basis.

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