Join technical specialist Aaron Norberg for an introductory course in night sky photography. Learn how to choose the best lenses and camera settings to get started in astrophotography. We’ll cover the fundamentals of imaging the night sky as well as the natural landscape at night to help you achieve dramatic results. You’ll walk away knowing what gear and which settings to start with to make the most of your time under the stars.
Sponsored by Sigma
*For your convenience, lunch (sandwich, chips and soda) will be available to purchase for $3.00 inside of the auditorium or you are welcome to supply your own lunch.
Symposium Session Details
Lunch and the Night Sky
Friday, March 9th, 2018
12:15 PM – 1:30 PM
Aaron Norberg is a landscape photographer based in Portland, Oregon.
He was raised in the Midwest, studied in the South and now resides in the Pacific Northwest.
He’s had a camera in hand since the age of ten and has incorporated the optics of the photographic medium into his daily perspective. With an emphasis on exploring and documenting the urban and natural landscapes he has worked with the full breadth of imaging technologies from pinhole to large format cameras in both analog and digital formats and has found himself featured in a handful of fine art exhibitions and publications along the way.
Aaron received his B.F.A in Photography with a minor in Historic Preservation from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.