We just received our 100th enthusiastic testimonial. It takes me back to the feelings of awe and fascination when I first became obsessed photographing the Milky Way under a true dark sky in 2011.
The scale of the threat to our heritage across our 412 national parks and monuments has become dangerously apparent and the guardians of America’s most treasured places have been handed an almost unimaginable new job.
It is highly likely that 2017 is your last opportunity to take an Arches and/or Canyonlands Night Photography Workshop with Goldpaint Photography.
Did you know it was possible to photograph the Milky Way with moonlight? It sounds counter-intuitive, but the results may surprise you!
We thought it a great idea to reach out to our talented Goldpaint Photography Alumni and ask them to send us their favorite image from 2016!
From animal encounters in the backcountry, to preparing for a safe all-nighter, learn essential safety tips from professional night sky photographer Brad Goldpaint.
Our latest image, “Old Acquaintance” was selected as NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) and is displayed June 19, 2016.
This year I plan to take a different approach towards my work by breaking away from what is ‘comfortable’ and explore new areas and shooting techniques.
How many of you are aware of the night and why is it important? We believe that night has an intrinsic value for our physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Experience has taught us that sometimes when reaching for the stars, letting go and allowing life to unfold in its own time and special way allows for greater artistic expression and understanding.