Mount Greylock Workshops

 

Galaxies Over Greylock 2017

Have you ever spent a summer evening high atop a Berkshire Summit?

This five hour night photography workshop kicks off with a presentation inside Bascom Lodge on Mt. Greylock covering low light shooting techniques, post processing tips and light painting From there, we’ll trek out to the summit to greet the rising Milky Way and spend the next four hours shooting the summit and the views that stretch ahead.   A smaller group will ensure that everyone gets time for personal instruction.  Light painting demos will be offered.  Bring your flashlights and strobes because we’re going light up the night!

Two sessions are available; July 2oth and August 17th (August is sold out.)

Your enrollment includes a matted print to commemorate your workshop experience and printed course material so you can spend less time taking notes and more time shooting.

$145 per person, strict limit of 10 participants.

I’m happy to answer any questions you may have.  Please fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page.

(Please note that camera-specific hardware instruction is not offered.  You should be comfortable operating the manual controls on your camera, specifically when adjusting ISO, aperture and exposure time.  It’s okay if you don’t know when and why to make the adjustments (that’s what I’m for) but please be able to navigate your camera settings.)
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About your instructor: Timothy Little is the only photographer on Cape Cod whose portfolio is exclusive to night photography, offering the largest collection in existence. As a Berkshire county native, he has extensively photographed and time lapsed Mount Greylock under the light of the full moon. Tim has also travelled throughout the country shooting with and learning from night photography and light painting pioneers. His book “Cape Cod Nights” is the first book devoted to Cape Cod as seen after dark and his ebook “Summit Nights” offers never before seen moonlit vistas of the iconic Mount Greylock in western Massachusetts.