Explore the scenic vistas of Yellowstone & Grand Teton!
Yellowstone National Park is home to an incomparable combination of natural beauty, rugged wilderness, majestic peaks, and abundant wildlife, as well as the world’s largest concentration of geysers and thermal features. As the country’s first national park, it remains one of the most popular parks to visit, and few destinations combine so many elements into one spot: roaring geysers, huge waterfalls, deep canyons, expansive lakes, and unprecedented wildlife some of which include buffalo, elk, moose, bears, wolves, and bald eagles. A visit to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone with its signature sight – the Lower Falls – and the world-renown Old Faithful is a humbling and awe-inspiring experience.
While Yellowstone is known for its geothermal natural wonders, Grand Teton National Park offers a more peaceful experience. There are no boiling hot geysers or supervolcanoes at Grand Teton, just an amazing array of rugged mountains, beautiful valleys, and abundant wildlife. The park is home to one of the most photographed barns in America, the T.A. Moulton Barn – the weathered wood, grassy valley, and blue mountains (and herds of bison, if you’re lucky!) in the background make the barn insanely photogenic. Mormon Row is a ghost town with rows of old homesteads set against the majestic Tetons. Grand Teton is also home to some pretty incredible wildlife, some of which include wolves, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, coyotes, and more. There are only about 1,500 grizzlies in the continental US right now, and 600 of them live in the Yellowstone-Teton area.
Late spring is sometimes referred to as the park’s “undiscovered season” with all roads open by the Memorial Day weekend. In addition to the park being much less crowded than during the rest of the year, the rivers and waterfalls will be full, the foliage and flowers will be lush, and the wildlife watching with the bison and elk calves and bear cubs will be spectacular.
Some of the Shooting Location Highlights:
- Mammoth Hot Springs, Biscuit Basin Geyser, Old Faithful, and Yellowstone Caldera, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
- Mormon Row District, T.A. Moulton Barn, Oxbow on the Snake River, Hayden Valley, and Lamar Valle
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TUITION & PAYMENT TERMS
What’s Included In Your Tuition:
- 5 nights lodging
- Field meals and snacks
- All ground transportation during the workshop
- Workshop course materials
- In-the-field photographic training
- Post-production classes
- Online prep & orientation classes prior to the workshop
- Online follow-up classes after the workshop
What’s Not Included In Your Tuition:
- Transportation to/from the Basecamp
- Lodging beyond the nights included in the workshop
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