Yellowstone’s Galactic Night Sky: A Photography Workshop
February 9 - 11
Angela Tempo, MA
The darkness of our night skies in Yellowstone is palpable, revealing the depths and beauty of our galaxy. We have evolved under these skies, studying them and being shaped by them. Join me as we peer into the darkness and focus our cameras toward the cosmos through still photography and long exposre techniques.We will begin the seminar with a classroom introduction to the basic tools and skills of night sky photography. We will then bring these lessons into the field to capture beautiful night images, all while discussing the importance of darkness and stars to ourselves and other species in our ecosystem that depend on these features to thrive. This seminar will also touch on post-processing techniques.
About the Instructor
Angela is a naturalist and photographer who specializes in the GYE (Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem) and night sky photography. She graduated from Boston University with a bachelor's degree in journalism and social communications, a master's in photojournalism from the same institution, and a master's in public relations from Kent State University. Before Angela moved to Yellowstone, she worked at Georgetown University in Washington DC. She also woredk as a first responder with FEMA, deploying around the world when natural disasters strike.
In Angela's free time, you'll find her rafting, painting, and hiking with her dog. She currently lives in Gardiner, MT, allowing her to immerse in the area year-round and keep learning about Yellowstone National Park, Grand Tetons National Park, and surrounding public lands.
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