Remarkable Images


Lectures & Talks

A Stargazer's Guide to

Photographing the Night Sky

Dazzling Nightscapes with a Difference!

Since the beginning of time, Mankind has looked to the heavens in awe. Ancient civilizations plotted the movement of the stars, and saw within them, mystical creatures, and fanciful beings.

The ancient Greeks for example, named many luminous stars and constellations after various mythological gods and animals, such as Hercules, Hydra, Centaurus, Aquarius, Andromeda, Orion, Leo and more.

Diverse cultures around the world, created intricate petroglyphs detailing the moon and stars they saw above them, illustrating their connection to the changing seasons, and their environment.

In Australia's Outback, the Aboriginal people painted hunting scenes, animals and honeybee nests inside the caves, at their sacred orange-hued mountain of Uluru. In present day Jordan, in the desert sands of Wadi Rum, the ancient Nabatean people, carved petroglyphs of animals and stars on the exposed rock surfaces in the Valley of the Moon!

Join Frederic for the adventure, as he presents starry landscapes, blazing auroras, lunar eclipses and more, in unique settings from around the world; with stories of where they were taken, and the enlightening techniques he used to capture them.

It's a visual odyssey of dazzling nightscapes, ethereal music... and a return to innocence!

Created and produced by
Montreal adventure photographer and lecturer

Frederic Hore
Not to be missed!