Have a look at the newest astrophotography geared magazine! Dark Sky Magazine features the latest news, tips, tutorials and reviews from astrophotographers around the world. With each issue featuring a new part of the world, our little Aotearoa grabs the first feature - a great feat for astrophotography in New Zealand which is duly spectacular! Moreover, this issue - the second since release - has a multi-page feature on New Zealand Photography Workshops Tutor, Mark Gee. In the feature, Mark talks about a few of his well known images as well as his personal work - The Art of Night. You’ll also find tutorials for processing night sky images; shooting in low level light within the landscape; shooting the Milkyway and heaps of gear reviews. Best of all, the monthly issue is free to download and read online! New Zealand truly is a spectacular place to view the night sky and partake in astrophotography - with the Aoraki Dark Sky Reserve taking top spot in the country as one of the world’s 11 International Dark Sky Association's Certified Reserves. We are also home to two internationally regarded Dark Sky Sanctuaries: Great Barrier Island/Aotea and Stewart Island/Rakiura. Thanks to our gorgeous environment, clear skies and long winter nights - there is no better time to go and shoot some astrophotography for yourself! Alternatively, you may also join New Zealand Photography Workshops and Mark Gee for a 4-Day Astrophotography Masterclass within Mt Cook/Aorkai and the Aoraki Dark Sky Reserve. Taking place in Winter 2019, this workshop is suited to all levels of skill in astrophotography and will also include processing your images, timelapse photography and panoramic photography opportunities with the added extra of a night in the Mount John Observatory.