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Grand Canyon Winter Photography Workshop

SERENITY OF WINTER

Winter Photography Workshop at the Grand Canyon

With the change of seasons comes a more peaceful and quiet time at the Grand Canyon. Winter brings a chance of snow and low-hanging ragged clouds. The days are shorter, and the park is relatively calm and quite making for a much more serene experience. This a fantastic time to photograph the Grand Canyon.

January 19-22, 2018

Grand Canyon monsoon photography workshop.

DESERT THUNDER

Monsoon Photography Workshop at the Grand Canyon

Photograph one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World as it comes to life in an ever changing palette of light and color. The summer monsoon can bring thunderstorms with cooling rains and dynamic skies along with the potential to photograph rainbows and lightning at the Grand Canyon!

August 13-17, 2018

Grand Canyon North Rim photography workshop.

North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Alumni Photography Workshop

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.

August 20-23, 2018

Workshops and photo tours at Grand Canyon.

PRIVATE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

FOR INDIVIDUALS AND SMALL GROUPS

Our private workshops are customized to your schedule and photographic needs. We will develop a program that ensures that you get the most out of your time spent with learning from Adam. Let us know if you’re traveling with family or friends as we can create a experience that is just as fun and informative for them too!

RAFTING THE COLORADO RIVER

Photography Expedition thru the Grand Canyon

Join us for the adventure of a lifetime as we spend 18-days rafting 225-miles of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon! This trip will be guided by professional boatmen with Adam Schallau designing the photography schedule and providing guidance while we are on the river.

September-October, 2019

>>> More info coming soon…we are waiting for the National Park Service to issue exact trip dates