Sign up for a photographic expedition to Diamond Lake and Crater Lake. We will set up camp at Diamond Lake, then hit up Crater Lake for sunset and stay for some stars. Then head back to Diamond Lake for more night photography. Then get up early for sunrise followed by a moderate hike, more photography and a post-shoot recap in Adobe Lightroom.

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Cancellation Policy
We cannot offer refunds due to weather unless we cannot go out at all, but can definitely reschedule if your availability allows.
Other Important Information
Camera Gear: A wide angle zoom lens is the most useful for night photos to get the most of the sky in the shot (equivalent 16-35 on a full-frame camera or 10-22mm on a crop sensor). In addition, the lower the aperture the better! At least a F2.8, but F1.8-1.2 is always nice to have as well. A mid-range lens can also come in handy or if you don't have a wide angle (24-70 on full frame or 18-55 on crop sensor). If you want to try and get in some tight shots of wildlife, I would also recommend a zoom lens (70-200mm works for most things). Tripods are a must since we are shooting long exposures at night. You will also need a camera that has a manual setting or a way to you can control the aperture, shutter speed and ISO independently. Don't forget extra batteries, memory cards, and cleaning supplies. nnIf you need to rent gear for your trip we encourage you to use BorrowLenses.com