If there was a simple way to take stunning pictures of the the Milky Way… so striking and so unique that your friends beg you for prints… would you be interested?

My name is Josh Dunlop, and here’s something few people know: You can take amazing pictures of the stars, 10x better than you can imagine now, with nothing more than a basic dSLR camera.

Pictures so vibrant and bold that others might accuse you of stealing them from National Geographic. You don’t need fancy equipment and you don’t need expensive training.

And I’m going to prove it to you.

Take a look at this…

I took this picture before discovering what I’m about to share with you. As you can see, it’s a decent picture but it won’t win any awards.

Now look at this…

I took this picture just a week later. Same location, same camera, same equipment... slightly different tree!

The only difference was my approach…

During the week between my first and second photo, I attended a closed- door workshop with master Milky Way photographer, Casey Keirnan. One of the best in the world at what he does.

I went to him because he's like the Michael Jordan of Milky Way Photography, and he has the awards to prove it. His work has won the Gila Timelapse Film Festival, the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and the California Film Awards. His pictures have been featured in CBS News, Al Jazeera, History Channel and more 


When professional photographers want to improve their night shots, they call Casey.

And when I met Casey, I already knew most of what there is to know about photography. I’ve been a photographer and trainer for over six years, with over 50,000 happy students. Yet the things I learned from him forever changed how I think about, and approach Milky Way photography.

You see, everything I thought I knew about Milky Way photography was challenged...

  • I thought you needed top-of-the-line equipment. But there’s techniques for taking pro-level shots with a newbie’s gear.
  • I thought the process was complicated and hard to learn. The truth is it’s rather simple, once you have the right “roadmap”.
  • I thought I had to take a bunch of long exposures. But it turns out there’s a simple trick for trying different compositions fast.

The longer I spent with Casey, the more “facts” I thought I knew were corrected. After just a single day, my approach to Milky Way photography improved ten-fold.

Picture this.


Before you leave your house, you already know exactly where to find the darkest skies in your area, you have your camera set up exactly right thanks to a nugget of advice, and all you need to do is get out there and shoot.

You arrive at the location without a single worry about composition. Finding the right stars feels almost automatic now that you know a couple of little tricks.

You point your camera up and shoot.

Less than a minute later, you've got a crystal clear shot of the Milky Way that's so exciting you won't stop shooting until all of your batteries are dead.

15 minutes later you're adding all kinds of interesting foreground objects, such as quirky trees, dilapidated old buildings, and winding roads to make your photos more striking.

When you're done, you have a selection of images so beautiful they command respect from even the most seasoned photographers. Images with so much “pop” and vibrancy they’re good enough to sell. Perhaps the most breathtaking… crystal clear… and exciting photographs you’ve ever taken.

Sound far-fetched? That’s what I thought too.

And then I attended Casey’s workshop. Within 3 days of absorbing his approach, I took every picture you now see on this web page.

Just one week. That’s all it took for my work to take a quantum leap forward!

Normally the experts keep astro photography techniques close to the vest, because they can charge hefty fees for training. There’s never been an easy or affordable way for regular people to master Milky Way photography. Until now.

Introducing: Milky Way Mastery

(For illustration purposes only; this is an online course with video downloads)

Milky Way Mastery is a High Definition video course on the art and science of astro photography. It shows you how to take magazine-quality pictures of the night sky without being a pro photographer and without fancy equipment.

Casey Kiernan and I collaborated on this course, and it’s the first of its kind. This is the only course taught by an award-winning photographer that reveals methods the weekend photographer can use to great effect.

The “secret” to exceptional astro photography isn’t your gear… it’s how you use it. Milky Way Mastery shows you how to use average equipment to take above average pictures.

Pictures like this…

One of the best parts is that every technique is taught with common language! Even though Milky Way Mastery gives you a quite advanced skill set, it shares (and demonstrates) every technique without a bunch of jargon.

Just a couple guys talking shop while showing you how to take the most interesting images you’ve ever captured.

Here's A Free Sample Video From The Course

Even if you struggled in school… or aren’t the greatest at grasping new skills… you’re going to be shocked by how easy it feels to absorb this information.

Kathy Henehan

I have recommended this course to several of my friends who are going to visit some dark sky spots on their upcoming vacations. I told them that it is a very easy course to follow, and that everything is explained without going into technical terms that people don't understand.

My favourite part of the course was the video in which you showed us how to light a foreground object. I had always wondered if I would be able to do that without having to stack photos. I liked the way the topic was split across several shorter videos so that you could just click on the one you needed without having to fast-forward over things.

Power. Ability. Confidence.
Milky Way Mastery Gives You All Three.

Right now, you’re one step away from Milky Way photography expertise. These skills are transferable to other areas of photography, and you’ll have more mastery over your camera than ever before.

Some of the skills you’re going to gain include:

  • The exact camera settings we use 98% of the time - make good shots foolproof!
  • How to use the North Star to know which constellations you’re shooting
  • Why most panoramas fall flat… and how to make yours great
  • The lazy man’s way to know if your photos are over or under exposed
  • How to capture more moments by triggering shots automatically
  • Where and how to focus for maximum results
  • The do’s and don’ts of white balance and colour temperature
  • 5 simple accessories I never leave home without (and you shouldn’t either)
  • How to use “the 500 rule” to know ideal shutter speed for avoiding motion blur in the stars
  • The only processing software you’ll ever need and how to make it easy to use
  • How to win friends and influence people with your photography
  • And much, much more…

Your video on ‘Night Photography’ is the best video I have seen on just how to do it. I will say that these instructional videos are worth far more than the investment I made. Now I don’t have to be fearful of trying something new. I have often said that I could learn so much if I could just work with someone who really knows. Your videos are the next best thing. I really appreciate these and I will watch them over and over, and practice over and over. Thank you

Ronald Coulter

If You Think Your Gear Isn’t Good Enough… Think Again.

Maybe the worst part about dSLRs is they can be complicated. The best part about dSLRs is you can do much more with an entry level camera than 95% of photographers realize.

You do NOT need top-of-the-line gear for "Milky Way Mastery". In fact, during this course we show you why old fashioned accessories are often better for astro photography! 

Of course, cameras are not created equal. And lenses do matter. But you don’t need to get a second mortgage to capture jaw-dropping night time photographs

You can take much, much better pictures than you realise. And "Milky Way Mastery" shows you how, with...

  • The free software we use for star tracking
  • A simple way to avoid camera vibrations
  • Sneaky tricks for adding depth to your photograph for a 3D effect
  • The absolute best kind of tripod head for astro photography
  • How to add “illuminated foreground interest” with a few easy steps, and more...
Richard Skinner

Wow! This lesson has helped me to start thinking about my camera settings before I even pick up the camera. As well as what's important in the image, and how to get it! Thanks

This Can Work...
Even If You Live In A Light Polluted Area!

(We Show You How to Find The Darkest Skies Near You)

Did you know the USA alone generates 1.1 billion kilowatt hours of lighting per night? That’s the energetic equivalent of 2 hydrogen bombs. Startling, but true.

All that light pollution has the nasty side effect of blotting out the stars. That makes astro photography difficult, unless you know how to find the darkest spots. And dark spots exist in almost every area.

In Milky Way Mastery, we’ve dedicated an entire section to help you identify the darkest spots in your local area. We also give you a detailed strategy for planning your night shots so you can avoid wasted time. 

We go into detail on...

  • How to find the darkest skies near you for the best possible results (Perfect for those that live in “light polluted” areas)
  • An easy way to read the different stars and constellations in the night sky
  • The only shooting mode you’ll ever need for stunning night time pictures
  • How to mitigate noise without post-processing (there's a half-hidden setting in your camera)
  • The secret to making stars “pop”

Even if you live in London or New York City, you don’t need to travel as far as you may think to capture great night time photographs. But you need certain information and you need a good plan. This course gives you both.

This module on Exposure made so much sense to me compared to other things I’ve tried to digest. I like being able to pause the video to process the information at any given time, and when you said it was all a balancing act, a light bulb in my head went off! I think I may have gotten it at last. Thanks for making this easier to understand, Josh!

Karen Mercado

And That’s Just 1/4 of
The Value You’re Getting

Here’s the thing: I want to give you that knot of excitement you feel when you stumble across a jaw-dropping deal. So now that you know what you’re getting with Milky Way Mastery - I’m going to quadruple the value.

In addition to the definitive video course on Milky Way photography, you’re also getting two of my highest rated courses and one premium preset package. For free.


Bonus #1 - Steel Wool Photography Premium
(Value = $97)

Steel Wool Photography is fun and easy, once you know how to do it. But like all forms of photography, there’s a right way and a wrong way (and in this case, a safe way) to go about it.

Steel Wool Photography Premium shows you:

  • 5 strange items you need to successfully do steel wool photography
  • How to play with fire while staying safe
  • How to fill the frame with sparks and flames
  • Creative shapes you can make with the sparks
  • How to make sparks fly in every direction (Hint: The steel itself is key!) 

Bonus #2 - Light Painting Made Easy
(Value = $147)

Have you ever wanted to explore light painting? Now you can, with the key strategies the pros use to do this popular form of “trick photography”.

Light Painting Made Easy shows you:

  • How to write your name in the sky
  • What camera settings to use and why
  • Cheap and fun light sources to “paint” with
  • How to light a scene the easy and cheap way
  • Examples of all the concepts being used in real photographs

Bonus #3 - Lightroom Presets For Astro
(Value = $97)

You’re also getting the exact Lightroom presets Casey and I combine to make our Milky Way photography more powerful. These are pro level presets, designed to make the most of your RAW files.

Neither of us have shared them with the public before. They’re easy to use, and add more “pop” to your imagery.

Beyond the presets themselves, you’ll get a feel for why professionals use presets. Seeing how we created ours will better prepare you to create your own.

Cindy-Lou Pflughaupt

My biggest fear before purchasing this course was that there would be too much technical jargon used, but Josh and Casey spoke in everyday language that was easy to follow.

They both made the entire course so fun and interesting that it’s hard to pick a favourite part. The equipment & apps suggested were quite beneficial to a novice like me, as it certainly helps to know where to start and what’s affordable. Also, the body painting section had me giggling, and the steel wool and glow sticks photos were amazing.

If you want to understand how to photograph the Milky Way, or learn other kinds of night photography, take Josh and Casey's course -- they make it interesting and show you that all it takes is a bit of practice and experimentation.

How much is all this worth to you?

Let me ask you something. If I could give you a guaranteed method for taking some of the most powerful photographs of your life, how much would that be worth?

Taking great Milky Way pictures is on the bucket list for most photographers, myself included. There’s something special about it. Knowing you can capture images that most photographers can’t, gives you this irreplaceable, exhilarating rush.

Just this past week on Big Island, Hawaii, I ran down to the beach to capture the milky way in the sky, and boy did it impress my friends! I don’t usually check this sort of thing, but it’s the most liked photo I’ve ever posted on my private Facebook profile!

Here, check it out:

Not to mention, it’s one of the most fun types of photography you can master. You connect with nature in a new way and really bring your portfolio to life. What more can you ask for?

The thing is this. Milky Way photography is such a unique area that training can be pricey. Workshops at $499 or more aren’t uncommon. That’s the reason so few cross it off their bucket list.

Personally, if knew of a guaranteed way to master Milky Way photography, and it cost only $399, I would snatch it up in a heartbeat.

And I did exactly that! That’s how much Casey Kiernan’s workshop cost me, and it was worth every penny.

What’s fantastic is this course covers everything Casey teaches in his closed-door workshop. And more. Together we’ve expanded the content, while making it easier to grasp and use.

Plus, we’re giving away Steel Wool Photography Premium ($97 value), Light Painting Made Easy ($147 value), and Lightroom Presets For Astro ($97 value) as free bonuses!

And you won’t be paying $399.00 today. You won’t even be paying $299.00. Or even half of that.

If you purchase Milky Way Mastery in a couple months time it'll be yours for only $147.00!

However, as this is a new course, I'm going to knock another $50 off the price.

This course can be yours for only $97!

But There’s A Catch
(Please Read This Carefully)

So why the staggeringly low price? After all, these courses together should retail for over $700, and you’re getting all of them at a discount of almost 90% off...what’s the catch?

Well, in exchange for this discounted rate, I’d like to ask a small favour.

In a few weeks time, once you’ve completed the course, I’d like you to share your favourite Milky Way photos with us.

We’re going to set up a dedicated ExpertPhotography Milky Way Mastery Instagram account where we’ll feature your photos so that the world can marvel at your amazing images.

We want more people to know just how easy and exciting it can be to learn astrophotography and we believe the best way to do that is to showcase our students’ successes.

I want to make sharing as simple as possible for you, so you’ll receive an email a couple of weeks after you get your copy of the course reminding to send us your favourite photos.

All you need to do is reply with your photos, and that’s it!

Pretty easy “catch”, right?

This deal is valid for the next 500 customers only. I’m hoping that should get a good number of folks spreading the word about Milky Way Mastery and astrophotography.

And even at this rock-bottom price, you’re still entitled to…

Expert Photography’s World Famous 90 Day Guarantee


I stand behind every course that I offer. Over 50,000 students in 30 countries swear by my training, and my reputation for delivering top-notch material means everything to me.

But sometimes a course just isn’t a good fit. I understand that and don’t take it personally. That’s why I take all the risk away by offering my (now famous) guarantee.

Get Milky Way Mastery today. Try out the course for a full three months.

If you aren’t absolutely blown away by how simple the videos are to follow… how fantastic your pictures are after using the ideas… and how much fun you have along the way… simply shoot me an email. You’ll get every penny of your money back.

No hassles and no questions asked.

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Three Months From Now…

Your portfolio will have some of the most vivid and vibrant pictures of the stars above.

Your loved ones will be amazed by how much you’ve improved. Your confidence will have grown immensely, and you’ll realise just how easily the skills you gained through Milky Way photography translate to photography in general.


In short: You’ll be a better, more exciting and more excited photographer.

But only when you choose to act.

You see, some might choose to do nothing. They won’t “do nothing” on purpose, it’s usually procrastination. They bookmark a page like this and think they’ll come back to it later.

Three months pass and they find themselves in the same exact position they were before. Still thwarted by a camera that feels too complicated. Taking pictures that are not up to their full potential. Feeling the creative urge but unable to turn what they “see” into real pictures like this:

You have a chance to do things differently. Milky Way Mastery is your path to becoming a much better, more fulfilled photographer. But it’s up to you to take the first step.

The choice is yours.

Click the button below to get started!

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Yours Truly,

Josh Dunlop
Founder, Expert Photography

P.S. - You’re getting everything you need to take magazine-quality Milky Way photographs, AND you’re getting Steel Wool Photography Premium, Light Painting Made Easy and Lightroom Presets For Astro for FREE. But remember - 500 is the magic number. 

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Customer Success Stories…

Steven Wyatt

I must say, I learned a lot from this course. I thought I had some images of the milky way that were trash due to high light pollution, but I was able to get a great image using your method. Thanks!

Thanks Steven! Check out Steven's photo below...