Sunday June 3rd – Saturday June 9th
Featuring landscapes, wildlife & Western culture
within the Grand Tetons
Instructors: Don Toothaker & Mark Buckler
Recommended prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of your Camera
All Skill Levels Welcome
The small western town of Jackson, Wyoming is home to Grand Teton National Park. Encompassing over 300,000 acres this awe inspiring national park features a multitude of landscapes, wildlife, western culture, and, of course, the Grand Tetons themselves which dominate all of Jackson Hole dramatically. Each day, we will work on concepts of Subject Development, Exposure, Image Composition, Black and White Photography, Low Light Photography, and Long Exposures. The magnitude and beauty of the Grand Tetons will stay with you forever.
We will maximize our time in the field with hands on instruction as well as incorporating group discussion, classroom instruction, and image review during the workshop. Once on location we will utilize local transportation to and from each destination.
Skill Sets: All Levels of Photographers are Welcome
Physical Activity: Low to Medium. There will be long days that include sunrise and sunset on the same day. There will be a fair amount of walking and at least one longer than usual hike.
In this workshop we will cover:
• Use of Lenses
• Use of Light Modifiers
• Subject Development
• Creative Thinking
• Shooting in Low Light
• Long Exposures
• Use of Filters (polarizers and ND)
• Image Processing
• Image Review
• Image Critiquing
The cost of this trip includes the cost of lodging and transportation while on location. You will need to separately purchase a flight ticket (or transportation) to and from Jackson, Wyoming. Meals are not included in the cost of the trip.
Upon signing up for this walk, you will receive a confirmation email. This will list more specific instructions regarding this workshop.
Please read our Cancellation Policy before signing up.