Jackson Hole, WY 2010

Fall in Jackson Hole Wyoming – September the 25th through October the 1st, 2010

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This workshop begins Saturday the 25th at 6 p.m. with a “Meet and Greet” and ends Friday October the 1st at 10 am with a social breakfast and fair well.

Where We Go: Arriving in Jackson Hole, you realize why the so many beautiful images come from this remote area. With mountain peaks reaching over 14,000 feet and waters raging through the valleys below, this rugged landscape is awe-inspiring. Traveling between the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks allows you to create images of sweeping vistas covered with yellow aspen, distant waterfalls and a variety of wildlife, including the elk which are in full rut during this time of year. During the week, you also photograph stunning locations such as Ox Bow Bend, Grand Teton, Old Faithful basin and many more. A week of learning and socializing with fellow photographers that share your passion.

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What You Learn: With over 20 years of experience photographing in the Jackson Hole area, Scott and Dave focus their attention on improving your landscape and general nature photography during this fun-filled week. In a classroom setting, Scott and Dave discuss topics including exposure, composition, HDR & panoramic images, Zone System for color and equipment considerations for landscape and nature photography. During field assignments, they answers any questions that may arise and are available to assist you. Scott and Dave carry their camera equipment to help you during the field trips but at no time will they be photographing their personal work, they are there to help you. Valuable critique sessions, held throughout the week, help you identify areas in which you can improve.

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Who Should Attend: You should be comfortable with the manual exposure operation of your camera. Both digital and film cameras are welcome, however, only digital images can be critiqued. Due to the hiking that is required at a high altitude, it is recommended that you be in good physical condition. All skill levels are welcome, but lectures are not tailored to basic principles.

Travel During the Workshop: You are responsible for your own transportation during the workshop. We will have two vans for transportation to and from field shoots that can hold 5 students each for an extra $20.00 for the week. There will only be 10 spots, first come first serve, all others will supply their own transportation. For transportation to and from field shoots, we suggest that you carpool to get to know fellow students. Your welcome letter will include questions about how you prefer to travel during the workshop. Be sure to send back your information on time. Your final letter will include a list of people who plan on driving and are interested in carpooling.

Meals During the Workshop: You are responsible for your own meals during the workshop. The instructor will allow plenty of breaks in the schedule.

Accommodations: We will be staying at the Teton Lodge.

Fees: Workshop tuition cost is $1,200.00 per person, $600.00 per none photographer guest. Tuition includes all training, field trips, critique nights and some meals. Any additional fees, including entrance into the park, will be your responsibility. Teton and Yellowstone National Park requires an entrance fee of $25 per vehicle for a seven day pass, pass is good for both parks.

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