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ONLY 3 SPOTS LEFT! Night Photography Workshop in RMNP with Mike Berenson

Join award winning night photographer, Mike Berenson on an overnight photography workshop with demonstrations and hands-on training that focuses on the wonders and challenges of night photography in Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, Colorado.

This is a workshop training event that features an overnight period (10 hours) of in-field training with no training on scouting or post-processing. If you'd like some more in-depth 


DATE: Saturday, September 7, 2013 - 5:00pm to 5:00 am

LOCATION: Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, Colorado




• Gear & Settings

• Shooting Technique

• Focusing In The Dark

• Composition In The Dark

• Shooting For Blended Exposures

• Light Painting

• Open Q&A

• Training Style

The workshop is led by Mike Berenson who isn't just a guide, he's a night photography instructor who enjoys teaching others about the wonders and challenges of night photography.

Workshops are limited to just 6 students - allowing for a lot of individual attention and interaction.

Mike likes to have fun on the workshops and explore, train, and shoot at a relaxed, enjoyable pace.

Mike enjoys helping students get great shots in the short-term and take a big giant leap with their night photography skills in the long-term.

Styles vary but workshops often start with demonstrations followed by instructor shadowing to apply the techniques.

Learning doesn't stop when the workshop ends. Mike shares a plethora of resources that allow students to pursue areas of specialty with newfound tools and resources. The point is to give students the combination of skills, tools, and resources to take more steps forward in their skills & abilities after they get back home. And don't forget to consider workshop instructor Mike Berenson as one of those resources because he's happy to hear from and answer questions from both current and former students.

More On Rocky Mountain National Park
With Trail Ridge Road over 12,000 feet and over 300 miles of hiking trails, Rocky Mountain National Park has a reputation for being on top of it all. And with wildflowers, waterfalls, and mountain peaks all combining with starry skies, this high alpine training event is sure to provide a summer explosion of nocturnal color. We pursue locations that afford great views of the peaks including Longs Peak (at 14,259 feet) - the crown jewel of Rocky Mountain National Park. As a resident of Colorado, Mike has found lots of great.


• Meet Up - before sunset in Estes Park at Bond Park.

• Discuss - locations, where & when to expect the milky way, & general shooting techniques.

• Twilight - Head up on the mountain and get started with some shooting during the blue hour.

• Dark Night - Capture various scenes in RMNP under dark milky way skies until early morning.

• Thin Moon Illumination - Take advantage of a thin moon that rises at roughly 2:30-3:15 am - giving us an optimal period to capture nightscapes up until twilight begins.Recommended GearWarm Clothes (don't underestimate this part)

• Camera, Lens, and Tripod (bring your widest, brightest lenses)

• Remote Trigger (if you have one)

• Headlamp

• Water, snacks, etc.Who Should Sign Up.

• Anyone with a basic understanding of digital photography

• People interested in learning more about night photography

• Previous experience with night photography is NOT required.Whether you're new to night photography or have been doing it for a while, I invite you to join us for a full night of learning and shooting in Rocky Mountain National Park. This workshop is only available for very limited number of dates and they're expected to fill up fast - so sign up now.

For more information please visit Colorado Captures

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