Space Available: Half Full
Location: Torrey and Bryce Canyon City, Utah
Dates: April 21-25, 2021 Wednesday at 7 pm (after dinner) – Sunday morning after morning shoot.
Description: Join Tom and Cree in Southern Utah to photograph stunning red rock landscapes. We have chosen Bryce and Capitol Reef National Parks for our destinations to avoid the crowds and make the most of our time in the field. We will look for golden light at dawn and dusk and head out again at night for sessions under the stars.
Capitol Reef iNational Park is an International Dark Sky Park. We have timed our visit to take advantage of moonless skies. During the day we will photograph the red rock cliffs, canyons, domes and bridges in golden light, At night will will use tripods and wide angle lenses to capture the night sky above these features.
The red rock spires of Bryce Canyon are one of the iconic images of the American South West. This is the perfect spot to capture vivid panorama photographs of thousands of rock spires. As you descend down the trail into the spires, the photographs become even more interesting with giant pines, sunstars and rock silhouettes to create interest.
We have chosen the best of Utah landscapes for this workshop!
On this course you will learn about:
- Filter Use
- Night Photography
Hotels: We have reserved a block of rooms for participants for the first two nights, April 21 and 23 in Torrey, Utah in the Capitol Reef Resort. The last 2 nights April 23-24 we will be at the Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel by Best Western in Bryce Canyon City, Utah. After a morning shoot on Sunday, the workshop will end.
To book in the group block at the Best Western use the on-line booking system by clicking the following link, Block rate is $165 per night for a double with two queen beds.
The group rate for the Capitol Reef Resort is $129 per night double w queen beds and a patio. The block will be set up shortly.
Closest Airport: From McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas, Nevada it is 218 miles to Torrey. From Salt Lake City Airport (SLC) it is 212 miles. Both airports give you great access to other national parks in Utah after our workshop including Zion National Park, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.
Recommended camera gear:
- Camera body
- Lenses ranging from wide angle 24mm to 600 mm
- Polarizing filter
- Speed light (optional)
- Laptop for editing and review sessions
Included in the fee:
- All instruction
- Location and permit fees
- Copy of Tom’s ebook Create Better Photographs
Students will provide their own:
- Hotel accommodation
- Transportation, airfare, rental car
- All meals
- Entrance fee into national parks