Photography Workshops and Utah Photo Tours
Learn photography skills to create better images with local knowledge and professional instruction.
The amazing landscapes of Southern Utah are out there waiting to be discovered! Go beyond the popular locations and discover what else there is to photograph!
PHOTO WORKSHOP VS PHOTO TOUR
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
One to Several Days
You can learn so much more in a full day or several days. Plus, we’ll explore changing conditions and more landscapes. You can’t learn much of what we discuss in workshops on YouTube or Zoom. It’s all outside.
Small Groups - 4 Max
Always small groups with no more than 4 people per instructor. The goal is to learn and this is always best done in smaller groups.
Once you book no other guests will join. All Photo Tours are Private and much like a custom mini-workshop. We’re the only ones to offer this!
Sunrise or sunset to maximize your time in Utah! We know these locations well and live in Southern Utah. We avoid crowds so you can enjoy these amazing places.
Small Groups- 4 Max
Small group of 4 or less to maximize learning and allow for greater flexibility. Professional instruction every step of the way, just like a Workshop.
Explore and shoot every day during the tour with photography being the focus. Essentially a Workshop in a new location every day! New Tours added soon!
I truly love Nature Photography in all forms and the positive impact it can have on people. Assisting others to create their own images and sharing glimpses of Nature is an absolute joy. Southern Utah is an incredible landscape and I can’t wait for you to really see this special landscape in person.
Latest Blog Posts
There are many “rules” in Landscape Photography and even ways to break these so called rules. The 3 P’s of Landscape Photography …
One such technique is a process I call "Editing with your eyes" in which decisions are made before the shutter is clicked. The decisions made in the field are always more important than the post processing decisions but rarely are they discussed. Below is a walk through for this technique to help understand why it's so important. … Continue readingEditing With Your Eyes – A Slow Photography Technique
One method for learning and skill development stands above all others though: Photo Workshops. Minute for minute there is no richer opportunity to learn and develop skills than in person, in the field. … Continue readingAre Photography Workshops Worth It?
A slower approach to landscape photography often involves letting go of expectations while being more open to Nature's surprises. How many times have you experienced this, where your favorite image from a trip was the surprising one or the unexpected one? … Continue readingSlow Photography: Focus On The Experience To Create Meaningful Images
Continuing the series of blogs about common misconceptions in Landscape Photography with a classic misunderstanding, that Landscape Photography is best at sunrise …
Nature inspires us to photograph and capture her beauty in many ways. Sometimes it’s to document the landscape or conditions and other …
4.5 Million people visited Zion in 2017. Here's a few ways to avoid them. … Continue reading10 Ways to Beat the Crowds in Zion National Park
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