Night Sky Photography at Antelope Island

Saturday, Mar 25, 2017 06:00 – 10:00
Utah, United States

Antelope Island State Park and Pictureline are excited to offer a night sky photography workshop. Meet at Antelope Island Visitor Center where Duke Johnson, Education and Exhibits Manager of the Clark Planetarium, will begin by giving a quick presentation on capturing the best possible night-sky photos. Duke is an award-winning astrophotographer and will be one of three instructors at the workshop. After Duke’s lesson, we will head out to Ladyfinger Point to begin shooting the beautiful star-filled sky! At 10:00 pm your instructors will leave, but you are welcome to continue shooting for as long as you’d like.  For more information and to register for this event, please visit Pictureline’s event website.

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Why We Care

  • It is a desert of water in a desert of salt and mud and rock, one of the most desolate and desolately beautiful of regions. Its sunsets, seen across water that reflects like polished metal, are incredible. Its colors are of a staring, chemical purity. The senses are rubbed raw by its moonlike horizons, its mirages, its parching air, its moody and changeful atmosphere.

    Wallace Stegner, "Dead Heart of the West" in American Places, 1981

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