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Timelapse and Photography Workshop: Joshua Tree during the Geminid Meteor Shower

December 11th-15th, 2013


Meteor over Joshua Tree

Meteor over Joshua Tree

Join filmmaker and photographer Henry Jun Wah Lee for an intimate, hands-on timelapse and photography workshop in Joshua Tree, California during the December 2013 Geminid Meteor Shower. This five day workshop, held December 11th to 15th, 2013, is limited to only 5 participants.

Learn from one of the premier timelapse shooters in the world as Henry shares his knowledge and wisdom through in-class training as well as hands-on practical instruction while shooting in the field.  Experience breathtaking, otherworldly landscapes of Joshua Tree as Geminid meteors and countless stars illuminate the night sky. You will learn how to shoot day, day to night, and astro timelapse both on static tripods and motion control equipment. You will also learn how to process and editing your shots into professional 4K resolution timelapse video using Adobe Lightroom, After effects and LRTimelapse. Winter provides potentially unique opportunities in the area such as snow covered landscapes and fog. We will spend a lot of time shooting so you will have plenty of time to hone your skills and apply what you are learning. It’s going to be awesome!

My last group produced a video that went viral. It is a testament to the group’s talent and how much you can learn from the workshop.

The workshop is open to all skill levels and covers everything from the basics, to shooting advanced multi-axis, motion-controlled, and astro/night sky time lapses, to processing and editing their footage into professional quality 4K video.

Sponsored by Kessler and LRTimelapse




Kessler Crane will be providing professional motion control equipment for participants to use during the workshop while LRTimelapse will be providing advanced timelapse processing software.


What You Will Learn

Timelapse photography is both an art and a science.  You will learn all of the skills and techniques Henry uses to shooting professional quality timelapses, including workflow, planning, composition, camera gear, accessories, shooting techniques, camera settings, post processing and editing.  We will also discuss common mistakes as well as known challenges and their solutions so that you will be prepared when things don’t go as planned. And things often don’t go as planned! More importantly, you get to learn the essence of timelapse beyond equipment and numbers that you can not get from books or online forums. For five days you will be fully immersed in the craft of capturing the magic of nature through timelapse.

What You Will Need to Bring



Highly Recommended:

Workshop Fee: $1995

Note: Workshop fee does not include lodging, transportation, food or park fees. Limited lodging on premises is available. Please inquire for more details.

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Cancellation Policy

Due to the small size of this workshop, there is a $500 nonrefundable fee if you cancel.

Cancel on or before October 15th: $500 cancellation fee

Cancel on or before November 11th:  $1,000 cancellation fee

Cancel after December 1: No refund

Questions and Contact Information

If you have questions about this event or wish to sign up over the phone, please email info@evosia.com or call 310-980-8645


About Henry Jun Wah Lee

Henry Jun Wah Lee is an internationally-recognized filmmaker and photographer. His work has appeared worldwide on television and film. They have also been featured on Yahoo, MSN, AOL, The Weather Channel, Gizmodo, Mashable, Petapixel, io9, NPR, Pitchfork, Huffington Post, Slate, LA TImes, The Atlantic, and many more.

Henry’s clients include Sigur Ros, Mono, BBC, PBS, Epson, Panasonic, SmugMug, Japan Railroad Company, the British Government and the European Union.

Read a recent interview with Henry in The Atlantic.



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