Explore the wondrous hoodoos of Bryce Canyon and the unique slot canyons of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument on this 6 day photo workshop in Southern Utah, home to some of the best light for landscape photography in the world.
Pending weather, we will spend at least 2 1/2 days in Bryce Canyon National Park, 1 1/2 days in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and the balance of time in other unique red rock locations.
Subjects will include, but not be limited to, unique rock formations, natural arches, slot canyons, canyon rim vistas and night photography in internationally recognized dark skies parks. We will end the workshop with a group slideshow and critique.
All skill levels are welcome. Participants who have a basic understanding of digital workflow and knowledge or exposure to Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom will get the most from this workshop.
Though many locations visited during this workshop are readily accessible, the hilly terrain requires some moderate hiking (typically 2-5 miles each day). Participants MUST BE IN GOOD PHYSICAL SHAPE and able to climb and descend moderate to steep inclines. The Bryce Canyon rim is at 8-9000' elevation, so if you are coming from sea level, plan on a day or two to acclimate to elevation.
Limited inexpensive housing options at a luxury vacation rental property in Tropic, Utah are available. Workshop registration fee does NOT include housing.
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Group Size: 8 photographers max!