Brian Head Photography Workshop

1-Day private Photo Workshop

Southwest Utah

Photo Workshop offered Daily - You pick the date

Join us in Brian Head, UT for a private Photo Workshop.  This 1-Day Photography Workshop is a perfect way to explore and shoot in a hidden gem of Southern Utah!  This workshop is offered in the Summer & Fall ONLY (June 1 – September 20th or so).  Brian Head is located about 1 1/2 hours from Zion and Bryce Canyon and 30 minutes from Duck Creek Village making it convenient for many visitors.

This workshop is more than a tour of photogenic locations around Brian Head.  This Private Workshop is is a perfect opportunity to learn new photography skills with 1 on 1 instruction. All photography skill levels are welcome, from beginner to advanced.  

Sunset in Cedar Breaks National Monument on a Duck Creek Photography Tour.
The Details

1-Day Brian Head Photo Workshop

Our 1-Day Brian Head Photo Workshop is offered daily for all skill levels of photography.  Learn as you explore Brian Head and create images with professional instruction every step of the way.

Over the course of the day we’ll visit several locations to provide different learning opportunities.  Grand views, layers, forests, unique landscapes and beautiful wildflowers all lend to great images.  Weekdays often are best here to really avoid crowds, but then again, there aren’t really crowds here to begin with.

  • Minimal hiking  is required for many great locations in Brian Head.
  • Hiking is customized for your abilities.
  • You must be able to carry and transport all of your own photography gear.  We’re able to help within reason.  If you need assistance, please arrange this with us prior to booking.
  • Brian Head sits at 9600 feet above sea level and summer days are cool.  High temps are often 65-70ºF and I’ve never seen it above 75ºF.  Brian Head Peak is at 11,300 feet and we may travel to areas around 6000 feet.  This is not a place for those susceptible to elevation sickness or fatigue. ranges from 2500-7500 feet above sea level.  Stay hydrated, rest and know hiking/walking will be a little slower here.
  • Offered in Summer & Fall only (June 1 – September 20th or so)
  • June – August:  Wildflowers begin to bloom, the snow is mostly gone and the aspen forests are lush and green.  It’s not uncommon to have afternoon thunderstorms during any month in the summer.  July and August can be very wet some years during heavy monsoon years.  Just remember, active weather means good light!
  • September:  This landscape changes drastically during the month.  Summer monsoons give way to early Autumn storms with snow possible by October 1st.  Fall colors begin to arrive in mid September and peak in late September.  This is why we offer a Fall Photography Workshop here:)  It’s absolutely beautiful in late September!

Hours From:

Duck Creek – 30 Minutes

Springdale/Zion – 90 minutes

Bryce Canyon – 90 minutes

Las Vegas – 4 Hours (note LV is on PST and Utah is MST)

Moab – 4 1/2 Hours

Salt Lake City – 3 1/2 hours

  • Camera Body (Digital or Film)
  • Various lenses. We generally use anything from an ultra wide-angle to medium telephoto. Rarely do we ever need anything wider than 14mm. Brian Head can be incredible with long lenses of 100mm – 600mm
  • Tripod (highly recommended)
  • Extra Batteries/charger.
  • Circular Polarizer*
  • Graduated Neutral Density filters*
  • Extra memory cards/film (you’ll use them, guaranteed!)
  • Hiking shoes/boots. We don’t recommend sandals or flip flops due to the rugged terrain.
  • Sunscreen/water/snacks
  • Extra layers. It can be cold at sunrise and sunset, even in the summer!
  • No Food is provided.
  • Deposit of 50% due upon booking and the remaining 50% will be charged 90 days prior to Workshop start date.
  • Cancellations 90 days or more from the workshop date will receive a full refund minus a $200 non-refundable deposit.
  • Cancellations within 90 days of the workshop date are non-refundable. You may apply paid monies towards a different workshop based upon availability. Custom Workshops are available so we’ll work with you in the event you need to cancel within the 90 days of a workshop date.
  • Please note “days” are full calendar days.

Why Photograph in Brian Head?

Brian Head sits at 9600 ft so summer days are cool in contrast to the hot desert heat.  The geology and landscape surrounding Brian Head is wild and so varied.  Massive vistas, aspen forests, streams, lakes, thunderstorms and hidden gems are just a few of the highlights here.  September brings changing fall colors while summer brings thunderstorms and cool air.  A few scenic areas near Brian Head are Duck Creek Village, Cedar Breaks National Monument and Navajo Lake…and so much more.

Are you looking for extended learning and a more in-depth experience in the Brian Head area?  Consider our Brian Head Fall Colors Workshop in late September or join one of our several other Landscape Photography Workshops.

Pricing

Brian Head 1 Day Photo Workshop

Logistics

Brian Head 1 Day Photo Workshop

Light to moderate hiking only. Hiking a short distance generally offers the best light and compositions in Brian Head.  For those wishing to hike more, this workshop can be customized to include as much hiking as you want.

Meeting details and itinerary will be sent upon confirming your Brian Head Photo Workshop.

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Brian Head 1-Day Photography Workshop

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