Art Talk: Introduction to Landscape Astrophotography by Adam Woodworth
"Introduction to Landscape Astrophotography" will take you on a nighttime journey across locations in Northern New England with a couple stops in New Brunswick and Quebec. We will look at landscape photos that feature the galactic center of the Milky Way and discuss the stories and techniques behind the photos.
Adam Woodworth is a landscape photographer, fine art printer, award winning filmmaker, and software engineer. He is originally from Maine and now resides in New Hampshire. He has had a love of photography for over 15 years, and since 2008 he has focused on landscape photography, and more recently landscape astrophotography. His earliest memory of gazing up in awe at the night sky was as a child in a canoe on a lake, fishing at night. The intensity of the star filled sky in such a peaceful spot was a powerful experience, and now he enjoys sharing that experience through his photography.
His goal as a photographer is to create compelling images using high quality tools and techniques. His attention to detail as a long time computer programmer is not lost in his photography and fine art printing.
He often strives to produce images that capture the beauty of nature, but he also uses special techniques to create images that often times look otherworldly.
Adam can frequently be found wandering around the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the seacoasts of Maine and New Hampshire, or other beautiful areas of New England.
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