Glacier National Park, August 13-18, 2017 $1495 Spaces Available
Please join me and popular workshop leader John Barclay as we explore and photograph the splendor of Glacier National Park. This park is a jewel in the national parks system, hosting not only a large number of namesake glaciers and snow fields, but the headwaters for three major watersheds, sending flows to Hudson Bay, the Pacific Ocean, and Guld of Mexico.
The park is home to wolves, grizzly bears and easily photographed bighorn sheep and mountain goats. Of course, massive peaks, beautiful valleys, and a myriad of rivers and waterfalls are integral features of the park.
This workshop will include some optional hikes up to five miles, but there is more than enough to photograph from the car, if that is your preference. Of the five photographs above, only the last one required a hike (4 easly miles roundtrip) to Avalanche Lake. The rest were shot from the road or parking lots. So, there is something for everyone and, having two talented instructors, even those not hiking will have one of us with them. You can't lose.
This workshop is open to both color and black and white photographers, as well as those working in film or digital. We will have plenty of time to edit photographs and, for those wishing, to refine our workflows and learn Photoshop and/or Lightroom. This is a full-service workshop, and we will not be happy until you are.
The course fee includes logistical planning, instruction, and post-workshop assistance, if needed. You will be responsible for your travel to and from the park as well as room and board. We have made a group reservation at the beautiful St. Mary Lodge, which will allow us access to the most beautiful areas of this very large park with minimal travel.
To register for the workshop, please visit John's website at: