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Timelapse Moab: 4-Day / 4-Night Dark Sky Timelapse and Motion Control Workshop

Presented by Timelapse Workshops at The Gonzo Inn, UT

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May 26 - 31 2017
Timelapse Moab: 4-Day / 4-Night Dark Sky Timelapse and Motion Control Workshop

Join us in Moab, UT, home to Arches & Canyonlands National Park, for this 4-day motion control timelapse workshop. You’ll learn to capture and create breathtaking motion-control timelapses of the southern Utah sky and landscape.

Join Timelapse Workshops for our 5th anniversary in Moab, Utah.

Timelapse Moab is a workshop series that is dedicated to teaching the creative and technical side of time lapse photography with a focus on capturing the beautiful dark-skies of Southern Utah.  Our workshops allow you to explore and capture the magnificent beauty of the area, which is home to 1.8 million acres of red rock canyons, fins, and cliffs that make the area one of the most sought after destinations for outdoor

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Registration for this 4-Day, 4-Night workshop is $1795. Hotel discounts are available for workshop participants at the Gonzo Inn. Once registered you’ll receive a registration code to provide to the hotel when booking your rooms.

Contact: 781.269.2105


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  • 26 photographers from all over the country gathered in Moab, Utah to learn how to best capture and create landscape and night-sky timelapses. The workshops consisted of classroom sessions on pre- and post-processing as well as daily on-location shooting in some of the most beautiful areas in the country. The workshops are held around the dates of a new moon and in locations known for having the darkest skies in the country.


The Gonzo Inn

100 W 200 South, UT

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