Onsite Course
1 or 2 Days
Borrego Springs , CA
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September 27, 2019 September 28, 2019 Bonus: September 27-29, 2019

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Night Photography

 Photographing the Sunset and Stars and Milky Way in Borrego Springs/Night Photography Workshop will be inspirational and fun!

Getting away from the city where the sky is clean, dismissing any interference from light population, Borrego Springs is the  perfect place! You will to learn how to shoot the beauty of the stars in the night sky and leave with incredible and amazing shots in this night photography workshop!

This is some of what you will learn:

  • We will start off with shooting the stunning sunset
  • You will learn correct exposures
  • Camera settings
  • Angles
  • Composition
  • Panoramas
  • Learn the correct exposures for shooting the stars
  • How to focus at night
  • Learn how to shoot objects in the foreground
  • Light painting
  • Shooting the Milky Way
  • How to create photos with emotional effect


Every photographer will find this workshop informative and inspirational!

There is a one night or two night option! 

Here is our estimated plan:

We will meet in the lobby of the hotel at 5pm.
Set out to photograph the sunset.
After the sun sets, we’ll break for dinner
Go back out to shoot the stars/Milky Way


If you would like to stay the night, we have a special rate to book at the :
Borrego Springs Resort & Spa
1112 Tilting T Drive
Borrego Springs, California 92004
Phone: 760-767-5700
Toll Free: 888-826-7734

You may book on line or call directly.

Borrego Springs Resort & Spa is situated in the foothills of the Santa Rosa Mountains.
Enjoy high-end amenities, a full-service spa, outdoor heated pool, a fully-appointed fitness center, and a golf course during your stay.

Please tell them you are with the school.

Recommended Materials To Bring

  • Bring your camera with a shutter release
  • Wide angle lens with an aperture of F.2.8 or lower for optimal results
  • Sturdy tripod
  • Batteries

Physical Expectation:

Easy to Moderate. Outdoor clothing and hiking boots recommended.
It will still be hot late at night.

David LaNeve CPP
Jon Haverstick