David Magro Night Photography Masterclass
Sharing my love for photographing the night sky is my passion. Since 2014 I have taught over 2000 beginners and enthusiasts the skills needed to create these stunning images.
All sessions are pre-booked with limited spots. Fill in the form below
If you are new to photography I have a spare cameras for you to borrow.
David Magro is the 2017 Exposure Photographer of the Year, 2018 Sandisk and WD Australian Ambassador and 2019 2nd place Australian Emerging Photographer of the year.
2019 South Australia Tour
Masterclass is from 6pm - 10:30pm
SOLD OUT 20th September - Port Willunga
1 places left 21st September - Mount Barker
1 places left 22nd September - Murray Bridge
SOLD OUT 23rd September - Gawler
1 places left 24th September - Port Pirie
SOLD OUT 25th September - Port Augusta
26th September - Point Lowly Lighthouse
SOLD OUT 27th September - Port Lincoln
2 places left 1st October- Victor Harbor
What you learn
Join a night capturing the wonders of the night sky. Your camera can photograph galaxies, colourful airglow, shooting stars (meteors), planets shining brightly and our Milky Way. The Masterclass is set in a classroom setting before enjoying the night photographing the stars at our dark sky location.
WE WILL COVER
Photographing the Milky Way and night sky.
Compose your photographs in the dark.
Focusing at night
Easily photograph panoramas.
Planning your photographs
Much much more
ACCESS to davidmagro.com 6 hours of tutorials.
Join the David Magro Masterclass Facebook group.
Receive 6 BONUS step-by-step eguides.
40% OFF your photographic prints
BONUS Masterclass Members Area
Receive easy to PDFs for you to keep of my slides from our night plus editing tutorials. Gain access to the David Magro Masterclass Members Area for beginners and enthusiasts. Watch below.
Plus join the David Magro Masterclass Facebook group with over 1000 members continuing to learn from me.
Let's capture the night sky!
Pricing and inclusions
Masterclass photography workshop
Facebook support group
Access to Masterclass tutorials
Access to Masterclass guides
All sessions are pre-booked with limited spots.
Hear what others say
Read more 5 star reviews on Facebook!
Beginners and enthusiasts are encouraged to join. I guide you through the whole process.
Here is a small selection of photographs from the Masterclass. People continue to amaze me afterwards in the David Magro Masterclass Facebook Group.
David Magro Portfolio
The night sky comes to life once you begin capturing the stars. Every night is unique with colourful airglow on the horizon, shooting stars, scattered clouds, planets shining bright, moon lit landscapes, auroras and our Milky Way.
Watch the David Magro Masterclass
See a glimpse of a night under the stars.
David is an award winning photographer specialising in capturing the night sky. Having won Exposure Photographer of the year and being anointed 2018 Australian Ambassador of Sandisk and WD, David continues to encourage people to stop and enjoy the stars. His background in Science Teaching has motivated his passion to teach workshops across Australia blending art and science to beginners and enthusiasts.
What you need
Almost any camera can photograph the Milky Way! Ask me if your camera can.
Borrow one of David's cameras for the night if you want to get started!
Bridge or DSLR Camera
Lenses (10mm,14mm, 18mm, 20mm or 24mm) even the 18-55mm is good
Why can you only photograph the Milky Way on specific dates?
Good question! There needs to be no moon in the sky so we can see more stars twinkling at night. Also, the Earth's position orbiting the sun needs to be aligned with the Milky Way stars. Our dates have been selected to capture photographs of the stars under the perfect conditions.
What happens if it is overcast?
In the event of overcast weather, our Masterclass will continue as planned for night photography. You will learn everything about Milky Way photography and we will continue to use the new skills we have learnt for light painting photography and steel wool photography as detailed in your handout. Due to the nature of photography, mother nature can adjust our plans.
Can my camera and lens photograph the stars?
Most cameras and lens can photograph the stars. Generally a camera post-2008 can photograph the Milky Way stars, nebulas and nearby galaxies. For example a Canon 550D or Nikon D3200 can photograph the stars. Send a message to see if your camera can.
I do not have a camera, can I join?
Yes of course! I have a spare camera and lens if you are starting night photography.
Do you have an age limit?
Many teenagers have joined a workshop. On the workshop I guide each person through the whole process.
Can we know more about the unique stars, nebulas and objects in my photograph?
Yes of course, on our night under the stars feel free to ask any questions you have about astronomy.
How do we book?
Bookings can be made by filling in the form above.There are limited spots available on the night so be sure to book as soon as possible. There is a no refund policy 14 days prior to your Masterclass. You are welcome to find a replacement for your workshops. Refunds will be given in full minus a 5% booking fee.