A Night Sky Photography Workshop in the Rhondda Valley for One Person or Two Booking Together. These workshops are run between May and September to take advantage of shorter nights and warmer weather.

The workshop fee is for tuition and local transport only.. Please see our Itinerary / Trip Notes for full details

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Come on a Rhondda Valley Night Sky Photography Workshop .Capture the night sky and light trails at the amazing Bwlch Mountain Road in the depths of the Rhondda valley!

We’ll be there before dark to get evening light over the hills as well.

The exact locations selected on the night will depend on the weather conditions on the day.

You’ll experience some great night skies, have an opportunity for light trails and if you wish, star trails photography.

You’ll also learn a wide range of new and exciting photographic techniques, or the chance to develop those that you’re already familiar with.

Our plan is to introduce this workshop at other locations in the UK – please CONTACT US for details.

Workshops are based on based on advanced technique, composition and creativity for the more experienced photographer.

During each event, we cover:

  • Your camera controls,
  • Composition theory,
  • Long Exposure Photography and creation of light trails
  • A range of locations
  • Review and post-processing of your images

Please note that if conditions are dry or acceptable for photography (even if cloudy), the workshop will go ahead as planned. However if wet weather is forecast, an alternative date will be arranged. For this reason, please ask advice before booking accommodation as we will be able to arrange alternative dates with local accommodation providers.

If you want to find out more about the area, please follow these links:

Please View an Example itinerary for our Rhondda Valley Night Sky Photography Workshop

Finally, please view ourTerms and Conditions before booking.

Additional information

Number of People Booking

One Person, Two Booking Together

Dates Available (2019 & 2020)

Weds 25th Nov 2020, Weds 27th Nov 2019