About Justin Ng’s Astrophotography Tours
Since April 2012, Justin has successfully pioneered his first astrophotography tour to Mount Bromo and captured several unique images that was never before seen and in May 2013, he has developed an astronomy tool to make his participants a better astrophotographer. His works have been featured and published in Space.com, Earthsky, Universe Today, LiveScience, BBC, CNN, National Geographic, BBC Sky at Night Magazine and more. Billed as a veteran night sky photographer of Singapore and recently contracted as a writer / content contributor by Space.com, Justin ensures you get the most out of your twilight adventure!
Starting from 2014 onwards, the tour group size will be limited to 10 pax instead of the current 24 pax so as to ensure a more exclusive shooting experience for everyone. Please contact Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to join any of his astrophotography adventures and advance your horizons in astrophotography. Private tour enquiries are also welcome.
3D2N Twilight Wonders of Mount Bromo
Tour Date: May 2014 (3 tours), June 2014 (1 tour) – ALL FULL
Tour Date: Aug 2014 (1 tour) – NEW
Land Tour (Exclude Air Ticket): SGD$999 (Twin Sharing), Single Supplement: SGD$150
Availability: 5 of 10 slots left (Book now!)
Non-refundable deposit of SGD$500 is required to confirm a slot.
Tour Confirm?: CONFIRMED
Mount Bromo Expedition Details: Link 1 | Link 2 | Link 3 | Link 4
Description: Embark on an astrophotography adventure and be captivated by the splendor of her night skies and landscape. Besides a 4-6 hours astrophotography workshop, he will also cover timelapse shooting techniques, wide-field and deep sky objects astrophotography. Shooting time and location are decided on the spot based on weather condition, using Justin Ng’s proprietary astronomy tool, to ensure high success rate in capturing unique images.
8D7N Twilight Wonders of Alaska
Tour Date: 21 to 28 Sep 2014
Land Tour (Exclude Air Ticket): SGD$6288 (Twin Sharing), Single Supplement: SGD$2000
Availability: 2 of 10 slots (Book Now!)
Non-refundable deposit of SGD$1000 is required to confirm a slot
Tour Confirm?: CONFIRMED
Tour Details: URL to be confirmed
Description: The sun is in the peak year of its 11-year solar weather cycle as of July 2013. This year’s solar maximum is shaping up to be the weakest in 100 years and the next one could be even more quiescent, scientists said Thursday (July 11). During a solar maximum, the number of sunspots increases and sunspots are the source of the solar flares and ejections that can send charge particles hurtling toward Earth, which can produce dazzling auroras above the planet. – (Source: Space.com) Scientists predicted the next solar maximum to be even more quiescent and so, 2014 could be your last chance to capture the rare aurora colors dancing in the magnificent night sky! Billed as a veteran astrophotographer of Singapore by Space.com, Justin will ensure you get the most out of your northern lights adventure.
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