May is slipping away, but before it's totally gone, I need to tell you a couple of exciting things! First I have been working very hard for my show up at the University of Utah's Pioneer Theater Company's Loge Gallery (whew! that's a mouthful). It's now in full swing and here are the details:
Featuring the art from Irene Rampton and Catherine Darling Hostetter.
This collection will be on display during PTC’s production of “The Count of Monte Cristo,” May 6 through May 21, 2016.
For full details click on this link
Please note that you do not have to attend the production, the theater is open during business hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The Loge Gallery is on the 2nd level.
So, enough about me! I have another exciting thing to announce... Do you like night photography. What's that, you ask?
On May 25th, Shayne Shaw, an award winning photographer will teach how to photograph the amazing night skies. Shooting almost any subject at night can add mystery, intrigue, and a special beauty that shooting the same subject during the daylight can’t match. In particular you will learn how to capture the beauty and majesty of the Milky Way along with light painting an interesting foreground landscape feature.
Topics covered include:
Best lenses and equipment for shooting at night
Proper camera settings
How to find and forecast the position of the Milky Way
How to compose and focus at night
How to properly light paint foreground landscape features
Don't miss it!
Date: May 25th 6:30 pm
Location: Local Colors of Utah Gallery in Sugar House (1054 E. 2100 S., Salt Lake City)