One Night Astrophotography Workshop

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One Night Astrophotography Workshop


This in-depth workshop held in York, Maine, is broken into two parts:

  1. Astrophotography discussion: In the afternoon, we will meet at a designated location in Kittery, Maine and begin with an introduction to the basics of astrophotography. In this 90-minute preparation class, you will learn the necessary tools, proper camera settings, and strategies for night sky photography.

  2. Capturing the stars: After the preliminary discussion concludes, you will have some time on your own, and then we'll reconvene later that evening at a designated meeting location. You will spend the remaining two hours working side-by-side with experienced instructors on how to capture incredible photos.

The class will end by 12:30am. Students are encouraged to consider finding their own nearby overnight lodging to avoid driving home after a long day.

*Please keep in mind that weather is unpredictable. We will monitor the weather up to 48 hours before each class date and reschedule the class if need be.



  • Class size: 8

  • After registering, you'll will be emailed a digital packet with required equipment, suggested gear, designated meeting location addresses, and useful links to help prepare for the class. 


  • DSLR, mirrorless, or advanced point & shoot camera, that has "manual mode"

  • Two fully charged batteries

  • Tripod (36" or taller)

  • Headlamp (with a red light option is strongly encouraged)


  • Wide angle lens: ~18-55mm or ~10-20mm

  • Warm clothing

  • Sturdy shoes

Not included:

  • Transportation to and from the lighthouse

  • Overnight accommodations

  • Meals

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