"They are driven by a strange desire
The Carnival is Over
Unseen by the human eye. The carnival is over.
. . . We sat and watched
As the moon rose again
For the very first time."
by Dead Can Dance
"I see skies of blue
What a Wonderful World
and clouds of white
The bright blessed day,
the dark sacred night
And I think to myself
what a wonderful world."
(George Weiss/Bob Thiele), first recorded by Louis Armstrong
Group shot, from a previous PhotoTour of Ireland!
Photographers in their element; and check out those "Wellingtons!"
Light of Ireland (offered thru Strabo Tours)
||October 1-11, 2014
Instruction - designed around your needs
||Dates/times by arrangement
|• Introduction to NPy (Harvey Milk Photo Center)
||February 6, 13, 20, 27
|• Mare Island Nocturne (Harvey Milk Photo Center)
||March 1, 2014
|• Paint the Light Fantastic! (Harvey Milk Photo Ctr)
||March 8, 15, and 22
|• Bright Lights, River Nights (Sacramento, ViewPoint)
||March 29, 2014
History of Night Photography (ViewPoint Gallery)
||March 30, 2014
AlumNight (on Mare Island)
||April 5 (Alumni only)
Photography (RayKo Photo Center, SF)
||April 10, 17, and 24
Francisco (sites within the GGNRA)
||April 11-13, 2014
to NPy on MINSy (ViewPoint Gallery)
||April 19, 2014
Mono Lake NPy Conference, Photo: Copyright
Joe Reifer, 2003 Alum
Our comprehensive workshops, tutoring sessions, and semester-long
courses at local colleges, etc. run in length from specialized.
as-needed. one-on-one instruction to one-night Introductions to
NPy; two, or three-night workshops; and on to a semester in length
- involving field work, great locations, follow-up critiques, planned
visits from special guest lecturers, and a few surprises! Newly
created, our advanced NPy Workshop, The Advanced Digital Nocturne
explores the nocturne, as captured exclusively with digital media.
See examples of work
created by alumni in our workshops, and read comments
by some of the participants in our various programs.
You will learn to evaluate existing lighting situations and compose/expose
accordingly. Most workshops are limited to 10-12 participants (semester-length
courses, sometimes more) who will be closely supervised on location
by one to two instructors, depending on final number of registrants.
Students will provide their own equipment and are expected to be
familiar with basic photographic techniques. Many of our semester-length
courses deal with portfolio development during the second part of
the course(s). The links at the top of this page will take you to
a detailed description of the individual workshops and a link to
download a registration form.
Baskerville is no stranger to the nocturne having worked
in this area of photography for more than 25 years.