|Milky Way 'nightscape' photography over|
Palouse Falls ~ single exposure by Royce Bair.
|Most of these starry nightscape photos,|
by Royce Bair, are single exposures
Four Ways to Learn Milky Way NightScape Photography...
1. Attend the NightScaper Conference. Over 28 top speakers from four countries will instruct you on dozens of nightscape photography techniques and skills (here's a sample presentation by one our 2020 speakers and a presentation from one of our 2019 conference speakers). You'll be able to network with 300 like-minded photographers for 3 days, and go out and shoot at night in one of the least light-polluted areas in the world, that is close to 3 national parks and 3 national monuments.
Don't delay! Conference tickets and hotel rooms are going fast.
DISCOUNTS - Get $100 to $200 off your conference registration: Use discount coupon code ROYCE100 at checkout for $100 off your conference registration (you can cancel up to 60 days before the conference for a full refund, less credit card use fees). Use discount coupon code 4SURE200 at checkout for $200 off your conference registration (there are no refunds using this discount code).
"Significant Other" Discounts: Do you have a non-photographer partner you want to bring to the conference? Use discount coupon code PARTNER350 at checkout for $350 off your partner's registration.
Youth Registration is Free*. Do you have an 18 year-old (or younger) son/daughter or grandchild that is interested in night photography? *You can both register for the conference for the price of one ticket!
|Top 12 night photos featured last year on|
Royce Bair's NightScaper Instagram account
2. Free: Follow Royce Bair's NightScaper Instagram account and his NightScaper Facebook group. Both of these galleries showcase some of the best Milky Way and night sky astro-landscape photographers in the world. Many of the images featured also give behind-the-scenes information on how the images were taken, including technique and EXIF. Royce's Instagram account has over 300,000 followers, and the NightScaper Facebook group has over 25,000 members.
|“Two Rivers” ~ The Dark River (a.k.a.|
The Great Rift in the Milky Way) rising
over Colorado River in Grand Canyon.
3. Free: Follow this blog - Royce Bair's Into The Night Photography. There are hundreds of How-To articles here. Popular articles include: How to Shoot the Milky Way • Post Processing NightScapes • NightScapes in the Grand Canyon • Creating Natural NightScapes • Overcoming Lens Coma • Video Hangout with my Friends.