The photographers and educators who run the National Parks at Night workshops are intensely passionate about helping their students making beautiful photographs of gorgeous night skies and untouchable natural beauty. Their mission is to ensure every night photography adventure workshop attendee has the time of their life and learns more about night photography with personalized teaching.
Below we’ve listed several upcoming National Parks at Night workshops, but keep in mind that they only visit a park ONCE – there are many to visit, and they don’t go back and a second time.
Joshua Tree National Park encompasses sections of two different deserts—the Mojave and the Colorado—both full of opportunities for remarkable images.
Live life on a boat as we explore one of the most remote national parks in the NPS. The sights on Fort Jefferson—the most ambitious and extensive coastal fortification in the United States, located in Dry Tortugas National Park—are absolute wonders to photograph. And all this in the darkest skies on the east coast, 70 miles from Key West into the Gulf of Mexico.
Olympic National Park
Photograph on the rugged mountains, in the vibrant rainforests and along the pristine coastline of Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula, in one of the most beautiful and diverse national parks in the U.S.
Tether Tools is proud to have our Case Relay Camera Power System power the cameras of the National Parks at Night educators all night long!
Add the StrapMoore connection to keep it all organized and wrapped around your tripod. Set up your star stack or time-lapse and let it rip. I’m still trying to figure out how long it lasts, my last shoot started at 12am and I shut it off at 5am and there was still juice in the tank!”
– Photographer and Educator Gabriel Biderman
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