Full-service / all-inclusive landscape photography workshops & guided photo expeditions.
Take your photography to the next level working with pros in amazing and remote locations.

Guided Photo Expeditions

Tanzania's Great Migration Photo Safari

Great plains brimming with legions of game. Spectacular landscapes that never seem to end. Move with the game herds as they migrate across the plains, nurse and protect their young, and stave off predators on land and in water. Immerse yourself in the daily lives of some of the last remaining Indigenous tribes in Tanzania.
Dates:            Oct 8-18, 2019
Class Size:     8 to 12 Students
Tuition:          $12,095


Landscape Photography Workshops

Canyonlands National Park

Sheer sandstone cliffs that tower over 1,000 feet above the surrounding terrain. Rugged canyons, mesas, and arches sculpted by water and gravity throughout time. Enjoy a rare opportunity to photograph the soaring fins & spires of Fisher Towers, and walk among the vast sandstone buttes in Monument Valley National Park.
Dates:            May 14-19, 2019
Class Size:     3 to 6 Students
Tuition:          $2,695

Capitol Reef National Park

Red rock cliffs, giant geological formations, the rugged terrain of the Waterpocket Fold, and the historic Morman town of Fruita. Explore Cathedral Valley in the northern region, sunset shooting at the Temples of the Moon and Sun, and go off-road on the amazing Burr Trail Switchbacks that cut across the Fold in the southern region.
Dates:              June 11-16, 2019
Class Size:      3 to 6 Students
Tuition:           $2,695

Death Valley National Park

Explore three of the most spectacular and remote areas of the Park that seldom get seen: the Racetrack Playa, the Eureka Sand Dunes, and the Ubehehe Crater. Capture the rich textures and patterns of canyons, dry washes, salt flats, and sand dunes as they come alive in the golden light of sunrise and sunset.
Dates:             April 2-7, 2019
Class Size:      3 to 6 Students
Tuition:           $2,695

Point Reyes Seashore & Marin Headlands

Grassy meadows filled with Tule elk. Lighthouses perched on the edge of rocky and jagged cliffs. Expansive sand beaches that go as far as the eye can see. Roam the hilly headlands and rocky cliffs above the Golden Gate Bridge. Absorb a spectacular sunset at a picturesque Rodeo Beach.
Dates:            April 19-21, 2019
Class Size:     3 to 6 Students
Tuition:          $1,095

Big Sur Coastline

Described as the "greatest meeting of land and water in the world," explore the jagged rock formations, rugged cliffs, and breathtaking views tucked away in remote recesses, small beaches, and waterfalls off the beaten path. Relish the tranquility of McWay Falls and the world renowned Bixby Creek Bridge on a sunny day.
Dates:             Sept 13-15, 2019
Class Size:      3 to 6 Students
Tuition:           $1,095

Our Commitment to You

We know that you have other choices and that yes, you can spend less money on other landscape photography workshops and guided photo expeditions. Our commitment to you is two-fold:

  • To create the best possible experience, with maximum value and minimal hassles, while providing you with the best photographic experience and instruction available.
  • To have you depart the workshop having expanded your photographic capabilities with a trove of dynamic images you can proudly display back home.
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What Makes Our Landscape Photography Workshops Different?

Landscape photography workshops are often (and justifiably) criticized for simply herding people around from one location to another with everyone taking the same exact photos. I know that I’ve certainly had my fill of “master” level workshops where the itinerary I paid to experience never happened, anyone willing to pay the tuition was allowed into the course, the classroom teaching and instructional time never materialized, with the one-on-one mentoring nothing more than just an illusion. You deserve better!

Our workshops and photo expeditions are all about photography. Your photography. They include a unique blend of capture time in the field, guided hikes, 4x4 travel to remote locations, one-on-one mentoring, and class time for post-production instruction. More important than just getting you to some of the best and most remote areas at the best times of the day, our photo expeditions will challenge you to take your photography to the next level and to develop your own photographic voice.

Out in the field, we’ll explore different approaches to scene visualization, ground/sky/sea compositions, and how to manage complex highlight and shadow scenes using techniques such as dynamic bracketing, focus stacking, framing, and neutral density filters. Back in the classroom, we’ll spend time developing your post-production workflow – learning when Lightroom is enough and when you need to move your work into Photoshop – using techniques such as luminosity masks to create and solve contrast, color, and blending issues.

You’ll benefit from our guidance, hours of capture time in the field with an experienced mentor by your side, and classroom instruction as you learn new techniques and strategies for creating dynamic images.