Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Dallas Texas NightScape Presentation April 14th

Stars over Hole in the Wall Arch. This is an obscure arch within the Courthouse Towers section of Arches National Park
that is no longer marked on any park maps. The wall is part of a huge, but very thin sandstone fin that makes this
feature very intriguing to me. I had planned this shot for over 20 years. The ‘hole’ is about 30 feet (9 m.) in
diameter, and is lit by an omnidirectional LED lantern with an orange gel, hidden inside the hole. The
main light (a diffused, 2-million candlepower quartz halogen spotlight) is being operated by my
son Chris, about 800 ft. (244 m.) from the left (more info available in my new eBook).
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF24mm f/1.4L II USM lens, 15 seconds, f/2.0, ISO 4000.
Dallas Professional Photographers of America (DPPA) presentation: I hope you'll join me in Dallas for a two hour presentation on April 14, 2015 about how to photograph Milky Way NightScapes. More information can be found on this Dallas PPA website. Dallas is one of my 13-city stops on my eBook "signing" tour.

               Royce's 2015 NightScape Workshop Schedule

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