PixInsight 3-Day Workshop Mesa, AZ
September 21, 2018 @ 9:00 am - September 23, 2018 @ 4:30 pm MST
Following a successful and fun PixInsight workshop in Buffalo, Warren Keller and Ron Brecher are teaming up to present a 3-day workshop in Mesa, Arizona, September 21-23, 2018. Please join us!
Things our Buffalo students said-
“… 5 stars. You guys are exceptional.”
“I LOVED the hands-on approach.”
Prof. Samantha Blair
“I liked the fact that you covered so many topics and included many tips and shortcuts.”
"Instructors were very personable, entertained questions, and were available for hands-on help and pointers.”
This Introductory-Level course will focus on the following objectives:
Get you comfortable in the PixInsight working environment
Demonstrate a simple workflow to produce a good-looking image from raw data
Reveal intermediate techniques for further improving your images
Build your skills by processing your own data, with individual coaching from the instructors
While the course is aimed at those nearer the beginning of their PixInsight journey, astrophotographers of all skill levels will pick up new tips and tricks for successful deep-sky astro-image processing. Day 1 focuses on learning the user interface and processing environment, and takes a simple data set through a complete processing workflow.
On Days 2 and 3, we'll dig deeper, mining more complex tools and techniques to enhance your workflow. The workshop includes three 'Process Your Own Data' sessions where the instructors will provide targeted coaching and advice based on individual interests and needs.
Thanks to IP4AP customer and friend, Mr. Wes Grimes, the workshop will be hosted in his company's conference room at Collision Engineering Assoc. Inc. 2812 N. Norwalk Ste. 124 Mesa, AZ 85215. The cost for three full days (18 hours) of PI training by two instructors is only $595.00 USD and includes morning and afternoon refreshments.
Follow the link below for a detailed agenda, accommodation information, and to register. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions!
Clear skies, Warren and Ron