Winter Moon at Grand Canyon
January 23rd to 25th, 2024
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 quiet, making for a much more serene experience. This a fantastic time to photograph the Grand Canyon and to capture the dramatic vistas that only the Grand Canyon can offer.
The size of this workshop is being kept very small to ensure that everyone gets one-on-one instruction and so that you will have plenty of space to capture the canyon without feeling crowded or like you’re missing out on the best spots. As always, my goal is to help you realize your creative potential, have a great experience, and for you to return home with great photos!
Day 1: Meet and greet at 3:00 pm at Red Feather Lodge in Tusayan, Arizona. We will then travel into the park for our first sunset session from a location on the Hermit Road near Maricopa Point. Topics covered during this first session include setting up your camera for landscape photography and Adam's technical workflow.
Day 2: Sunrise session from Mohave Point to capture the full moon as it sets over the western canyon. The morning session will begin with wide-angel grand scenic compositions and then will transition to telephoto compositions. After the morning session, we will drive back to Tusayan for breakfast, followed by a mid-day break.
The afternoon session will cover working with backlit scenes. We will finish up by photographing the moon as it rises near the Watchtower just after sunset.
Day 3: The sunrise session will be from Desert View to capture the canyon with the moon in the western sky.
The afternoon session will cover photographing the canyon with the intent of creating black & white photos. We will finish up by photographing the sunset near Pima Point.
Lodging is Included
This workshop includes private rooms in the newly remodeled Red Feather Lodge in the town of Tusayan, 1-mile from the entrance to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. The rooms have wifi, a small refrigerator, and a microwave.
What's Not Included?
Meals, along with transportation and entrance fees into Grand Canyon National Park, are not provided. We will caravan to our photography locations.
Bring a Friend or Family Member!
You are welcome to bring a friend or family member along to the workshop as a guest. This guest can use the room, but they may only participate in the workshop if they purchase a participant spot.
Workshop Cost & Payment Terms
The tuition for this workshop is $1,650.00. A non-refundable deposit of $750.00 is required to reserve your spot, with the remaining balance due no later than 90 days prior to the start of the workshop. All of the standard terms and conditions apply.
This workshop is limited to 6 participants. If you are interested, do not delay; sign up today.
Click the 'Add to Cart' button below to pay your deposit and save your spot in the workshop. You are welcome to send me a message if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you at the Grand Canyon!