As an Artist-in-Residence, I photographed around this Nineteenth Chateau in Canet, France. Mostly, I would work from around twilight or nightfall to about four in the morning. During the full moon, the light cascading through the forest or through the chateau was eerie and compelling. The exposures lasted about forty minutes each. While waiting, I would
I Photographed at a 19th Century French Chateau at Night. This is What it Looks Like
A Nineteenth Century Chateau Near Perpignan, France at Night A Unique Artist Residency My normal working hours are from around 9pm to 4 or sometimes 5am; the place is magical then. It is located near Perpignan, and is surrounded by vineyards; the best is during full moons.
Broken Glacier in Greenland: Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival Exhibition HATHAWAY 887 Howell Mill Rd NW #4 Atlanta, GA 30318 www.hathawaygallery.com September 23 through November 4, 2017 Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival includes recent long-exposure night work from Greenland and Wyoming in Landscapes and Interventions. Mary Stanley Studio and Hathaway Contemporary in conjunction with the 2017 Atlanta
Funded by the French Ministry of culture, I will photograph environmental changes near the Pyrenees in the South of France. Night photographs focused on climate change near the Pyrenees, but is linked to warming in Greenland and Rockaway, Queens, New York; funding is from the French Ministry of culture. Fine Art Photography Project Traces Links
I was making long exposure photographs during a fellowship in Wyoming in the forest. It was completely dark at 2am; I could see nothing in front of me. So, I put the camera and tripod on the path, and came back an hour later. I am usually petrified of the dark, but felt drawn to working
What the Mexican Border Looks Like at Night While at Big Bend National Park in West Texas, I headed up the hill at night, hearing rustling javelinas (mountain lion?), and saw a few lights in the distance. This was Mexico a few miles away. Nearby, which you can’t see, is the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo, which
Mysterious Green Night in Igaliku, Greenland, Fine Art Photo While walking at night in early September, the snow capped mountain across the fjord during the green-tinted Northern Lights was eerie, entrancing.
A long-exposure photograph taken in Wyoming during an artist residency at Brush Creek, where the strange red glow during a rare rainy night was actually from a near-by town twenty miles away. From the new series, “Until the End of the World.”
What is it like to sleep next to a glacier at night in remote Greenland? Terrifying, stunning and exhilarating, during my month journey spent in Southern Greenland–much of the time next to a glacier and the thousand mile ice sheet–documenting the dramatic shifting environment. See: Photographing the Haunting Beauty of Melting Glaciers in Greenland The aim
Night Landscape Photographs: “Until the End of the World.” Until the End of the World: Night Landscape Photographs, Steve Giovinco from Steve Giovinco