An illustrated lecture by David Zapatka, whose extraordinary photographs of lighthouses at night were recently published in book format.
Sunday, August 19th, 2018
Time: 4 p.m.
Location: Museum, 2nd Floor.
Reception and book signing to follow.
“It started on a whim . . .”
Zapatka said he thought it would be cool to take a picture of a lighthouse at night, so one starry October night, he went out alone in his Boston Whaler, armed with his camera and a flashlight and began to shoot.
“My intent was to get those millions and millions of stars,” he said, but without the trails that can be seen when the camera’s shutter is open too long.
Read full article: “Westerly native publishes book of lighthouses photographed at night” published by thewesterlysun.com