Every Friday, October 26-November 16, 2018
Develop skills and techniques to photograph the vast universe under the night sky. Join Astronomy Department Manager, Javier Rivera, for a four class series on Astrophotography for beginners or non-photographers interested in astronomy. Students will learn how to take photographs of the Moon, planets, galaxies and nebulae with and without a telescope and have the opportunity of using the Museum’s 20” observatory telescope.
We will discuss basic astronomy in the planetarium, and students will have hands-on experience using their cellphone and DSLR cameras to photograph night sky objects.
Each student is required to provide their own cellphone and DSLR cameras (Canon™ or Nikon™).
Location: Palmer Observatory at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
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