Star Trails and Light Painting
Have you ever wondered how photographers take pictures of the night sky? Sticking with our "Dream Big" Summer Reading theme, local photographer Ashley Mickelson will show you how to take pictures of stars to create star trails. In the event of a cloudy or rainy night, we will learn how to do light painting, which is done with cameras that can keep the shutter open for long stretches of time. This is a hands on program, so feel free to bring your camera and a tripod to practice. Participants can meet at the Silt Branch Library at 9:00 on July 19th and then the group will walk over to Veterans park to capture the night sky.
For more information, contact the Silt Branch Library at (970) 876-5500.