Grand Teton National Park

Location: Jackson, Wyoming

Dates: June 9-13, 2025 SOLD OUT

Cost: $1949

Details:  One of our favorite times to visit Grand Teton National Park is in June.  The mountains are still shrouded in snow and the blue lupines and yellow balsamroot blanket the plains.  The busy summer season hasn’t begun, and early morning photo shoots are more serene. 

In addition to photographing stunning landscapes, we will look for bison, moose, pronghorn and bear in the park.  We will celebrate being in cowboy country by visiting the rodeo on Saturday night to photograph both cowboys, horses and spectators. We will teach creative techniques to capture the splendor of Grand Teton NP.  We’ll discuss long exposure landscapes, macro techniques and focus stacking, intimate wildlife photography and creative lighting in the field.  We will have midday image reviews and editing sessions during the workshop as well.

What you will learn:

  • Wildlife and Landscape Photography techniques
  • Event Photography
  • Filter Use
  • Lightroom and PhotoShop Tips
  • Morning and evening photo sessions with classroom topics midday

Hotel: Cowboy Village (Tom loves the self standing cabins) and the 49er Inn and Suites (traditional hotel room) in Jackson, Wyoming Both are centrally located and within walking distance of our conference room. Book directly or wait for group block.

Closest Airport: Jackson Hole Airport.

Recommended camera gear:

  • Camera body
  • Lenses ranging from wide angle 24mm to 70-200mm
  • Wildlife telephoto lens – 300mm or more
  • Macro lens or extension tube (optional)
  • Tripod
  • Polarizing filter
  • Laptop for editing and critique

Included in the fee:

  • All instruction
  • Location and permit fees
  • Entry to the rodeo
  • Pre-trip meeting on Zoom
  • Copy of Tom’s ebook Create Better Photographs

Students will provide their own:

  • Hotel accommodation
  • Transportation, airfare, rental car
  • All meals
  • Park entrance fee

Deposit for Grand Teton in Spring

June 9-13, 2025


Know Before You Go: Moderate This workshop requires walking up to a half mile on trails in the national park. We will be on our feet and carry gear as well for the rodeo session.

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