Announcing: Live Perseid Meteor Shower Photography Masterclass with PhotoPills

The 2020 Perseid meteor shower will peak on August 12! In preparation, we have the perfect free online masterclass for you to learn how to capture photos of the best meteor shower of the year. Ready to join the class?

On Thursday, August 6, Ian Norman joined Rafael Pons of Photopills live on YouTube to host a free masterclass all about how to capture a meteor shower. Did you miss the live class? Don’t worry, it was recorded! To watch the full recording, just click the video below or:

View the class on YouTube

The class will teach everything you need to know about capturing amazing photos of the Perseid meteor shower including gear, planning, settings, shooting and processing. You’ll learn how Ian created and processed the image below:

Meteor Shower over Red Rock Canyon State Park, California
Meteor Shower over Red Rock Canyon State Park, California

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Astrophotography 101 is completely free for everyone. All of the lessons are available on the Lonely Speck Astrophotography 101 page for you to access at any time. Enter your email and whenever we post a new lesson you’ll receive it in your inbox. Updates will be sent out only periodically, usually less than once per week.

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Thanks so much for being a part of our astrophotography and travel adventures.

-Ian and Diana

4 Replies to “Announcing: Live Perseid Meteor Shower Photography Masterclass with PhotoPills”

  1. Can we get an update on your article: Picking a Great Lens for Milky Way Photography. I would love to see you using lenses such as the Voigtlander 10.5mm/0.95 and Olympus m.Zuiko Pro 8mm/1.8 and adding commentary on the pros and cons of the super fast fish eyes on the market beyond the samyang/rokinon. The Venus Optics Laowa score low and often are not sharp at their maximum aperture, but at 4mm, there is something to play with there! Throw in cell phone computational photography for fun?

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