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Grand Canyon Alumni Photo Workshop 2017-12-15T13:39:22+00:00

North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Alumni Photography Workshop ~ August 20th to 23rd, 2018

 

This workshop is reserved for those who have previously participated in one of our Grand Canyon workshops. We will be placing an emphasis on more advanced photographic skills. The size of this workshop is being limited to no more than 7 participants to insure that everyone gets one-on-one instruction.

Lodging

This workshop includes single-occupancy lodging in Frontier Cabins at the Grand Canyon Lodge on the North Rim for all 3 nights.

Meals and Transportation

Meals are not included, but the workshop groups often have a great time dining together. Transportation and National Park entrance fees are not provided. We will caravan and/or carpool to our destinations as much as possible. Due to limited parking, you are encouraged to share rides with your fellow workshop participants.

Travel Information

For this workshop we recommend flying into and out of Las Vegas McCarran International Airport as it is most centrally located to the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. It is a 4.5-hour drive from the airport to the North Rim.

Weather

From mid-July through mid-September the Grand Canyon and most of the American Southwest sees a major shift in the weather patterns with the arrival of the Southwest Monsoon. This period typically has afternoon thunderstorms with brief periods of heavy rain, which can be great for photography. The high temperature can be in the 80s (27-32°C), with early morning temperatures occasionally dipping into the 40s (4-9°C).

About the Schedule

Specific details will be provided upon completion of your registration. The itinerary will be set just prior to the beginning of the workshop and will be fluid so that we can adapt to changes in weather conditions, thus allowing us to capture the best moments. Plan on early mornings and late evenings as we will be starting well before sunrise and shooting until after sunset. The schedule will allow for downtime during our mid-day rest periods. 

Please contact us for a sample itinerary.

 

THE DETAILS

ONLY 7 SPOTS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE

 

  • Type: Workshop

  • Duration: 4 days / 3 nights

  • Lodging: Included

  • Participants: 7

  • Price: $1,695

  • Skill Level: Alumni

  • Fitness Difficulty: Low to Moderate

  • Photos: North Rim

Registration Deadline

When full. This workshop is made available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your spot with a $750 deposit. The remaining balance will be due no later than 90 days prior to the start date of the workshop.

Only 3 spots left…..reserve yours now!
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Dan DeubleinDan Deublein, Arizona

“Early mornings and late nights!!! You keep it moving during your workshops, but it all is worth it at the end… Great pictures, great friend and overall just an amazing experience!! I recommend it highly!!! Thanks again!!”

Mark Short, Texas

“I’ve just completed my third Grand Canyon workshop with Adam, and they just keep getting better. He’s been very sensitive to my skill level each time and offers just the kind of advice I’m ready for.”

Art PiccinatiArthur Piccinati, Arizona

“I signed up for my first workshop with Adam with a love of photography, but as a novice of “real” camera equipment and no experience. Somehow I convinced Adam to take me on, and he promised to help me learn to use the gear. His love and knowledge of photography as well as the Grand Canyon are unmatched!”

Holly DeanHolly Dean, Iowa

“Grand Canyon photography workshop was awesome! The insight to the canyon Adam shared was so informative and the instruction concise. So helpful in getting you comfortable with all aspects of shooting landscape photography. Would highly recommend his workshops to anyone working on improving their landscape photography.”

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