Bryce Canyon National Park is one of our favorite places to visit for experiencing some of the most unique opportunities during the winter season of snow dustings and low-angled light. Ponderosa pines, fir-spruce forests, slot canyons, horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters and pink cliffs cover this area. Bryce Canyon has the greatest concentration of hoodoos in the world – an unearthly landscape to be sure - and its colorful rock spires are oriented perfectly to catch the reflected morning light, resulting in a glowing fairytale landscape providing endless options for creative photography. Join us to capture its splendor.
This outdoor classroom is a highlight of our Vision series, a special program of advanced instruction focusing on refining your personal creative vision, composition, digital workflow and image processing, designed and presented by renowned photographers Jack Dykinga and Cliff Zenor. Both instructors have photographed Bryce extensively and know its secrets well. We will photograph at a variety of locations in the park during our morning and evening field sessions, with emphasis on the hoodoos and sculpted designs in the canyons.
Lodging will be at the Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel (a Best Western Plus property), located ideally near the park entrance. The package includes the workshop itself from 1pm on January 14, 2019 to 3pm on January 18, 2019, four nights accommodation at Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel and all meals, snacks and drinks (including wine/beer with dinner).
$3225 USD per person for double occupancy or $3400 USD for single occupancy. There is also a no-lodging option for $3100 USD.
Day 1: January 14
Arrival day with an orientation session at 1:00pm and an evening field session.
Days 2 - 4: Jan 15 - 17
Each morning and evening, we'll be out to photograph first light before breakfast, and out for evening light before dinner. During mid-day hours, Jack and Cliff will make presentations on advanced seeing, composition and creativity, digital workflow, and maximizing image potential, before returning to the field for photography in afternoon and evening light. A critique sessions will be held on Wednesday.
Day 5: January 18
We will be out in the early morning once again to photograph first light before breakfast. There will be a critique session and we will adjourn the workshop by 3:00pm.
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Note: Visionary Wild, LLC operates this workshop under a permit issued by the National Park Service at Bryce Canyon National Park.