Yosemite National Park is popular for a reason – its vistas are spectacular! Even with 4 million annual visitors the park offers many hidden locations to catch the best compositions and light. This Yosemite fall colors workshop focuses on fall colors landscapes during the day and long exposure photography at night. Sunrise being at 07:24 and sunset at 18:00 enable convenient sunrise, sunset and night photography shoots without excessive fatigue.
Your instructor and guide, local photographer Jeff Sullivan, wrote the book on the best landscape photography locations in California: "Photographing California Vol. 2 – South," including an extensive chapter on Yosemite. Jeff lives a little over an hour from the Park and visits it frequently each year in the peak seasons for photography. Jeff personally leads all of his workshops, so you can be sure that he is planning every Yosemite trip on peak dates: for fall colors, wildflowers, waterfalls and astrophotography opportunities.
Jeff entered the digital imaging field in 1985 at the Digital Printing and Imaging Division of Tektronix, upon earning his bachelor's degree in Computer Science from U.C. Berkeley. An avid astrophotographer, he was awarded Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2011 (People and Space special prize) by the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.
Enjoy the best that Yosemite has to offer with a location expert, with real time guiding, feedback and instruction.
Review our 2019 schedule for other workshops including Eastern Sierra Fall Colors, Mono Lake Winter and Moon Rise, Death Valley National Park and more.