fall in the tetons

BEGINNERS WORKSHOPS

Get To Know Your Camera
$1500 for 2 days
Friday July 21, 2023 – Saturday July 22, 2023
Timeline:

SATURDAY
Start in classroom at 12pm to discuss cameras and editing Dinner Break 4-6pm
Second session from 6-9pm
9pm sunset

SUNDAY
Meet at 6am in Jackson for a 6am sunrise Lunch break from 12-5pm
Shoot from 5-9pm
Get to Know Your Camera Summary Points:
- in-class and outdoors
- learning manual mode settings: shutter speed, aperture, ISO) - f-stops and depth of field definitions
- post-processing, Lightroom/Photoshop basics
Prerequisite Knowledge:
- none

REQUIRED CAMERA GEAR:
- Digital SLR camera & manual
- telephoto and/or wide angle lens
Highly Recommended Gear:
- wide angle lens
- telephoto lens
- tripod (for those interested in landscape photography)
- polarizer filter (for those interested in landscape photography) - computer & editing software at home (Photoshop/Lightroom)

ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO BRING:
- hat & sunglasses
- warm, weather-proof layers
- sturdy footwear & warm socks - rain jacket
- sunblock & insect repellant - small towel/rag

FALL LANDSCAPE & WILDLIFE WORKSHOP
$3500 for 3 days
Monday October 2, 2023 – Thursday October 5, 2023

TIMELINE:
Meeting at 6:30am for a 7:20am sunrise Lunch Break 12-3pm
Second session from 3-7pm
7pm sunset

PHOTOGRAPHY LOCATION:
Grand Teton National Park

DETAILS:
4 nights lodging in Jackson Hole
Workshop limited to 6 clients with Tristen & Neil as guides and instructors

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED GEAR:
- cable shutter release (name-brand or generic) ($7- $80) - tripod for landscapes, monopod or tripod for wildlife
- wide angle lens in the 24-70mm range for landscapes
- 400mm or longer lens for wildlife
- circular polarizer filter ($40+) - camera rain cover ($10-40)

ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO BRING:
- hat & sunglasses
- warm, weather-proof layers
- sturdy footwear & warm socks - rain jacket
- sunblock & insect repellant
- small towel/rag

Hands down, fall is our favorite time of year to lead tours. The magnificent Tetons surrounded with fall color, snowy peaks, and an abundance of wildlife. From black bears in hyperphagia, to moose and elk in their rut season, to grizzlies fattening up for winter the wildlife in fall is spectacular. With glowing aspens and beautiful sunrises and sunsets we will spend our days photographing stunning landscapes and wildlife.


Travel Insurance (recommended)
A deposit of $1000 will hold your place in the workshop. The remaining balance is due 90 days prior to the workshop. Deposit is non refundable unless your spot is filled, in which case it will be refunded. This same policy applies to the full tuition after it is paid. 

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