The National Park Service uses the term “Mountains of Imagination” to describe The Grand Teton National Park. Indeed, few landscapes in the world are full of thrust, striking the sky with chiseled pinnacles and perhaps as visually overwhelming as this national park. Unencumbered by foothills, the Teton Range rises with an imperial grace, nearly 7,000 feet above the valley floor, marking this land as one of the boldest geologic statements in the Rockies, as well as an endless opportunity to pursue advanced photographic composition. Each location presents grand scenic breaks and narrative visuals as the eye and lens work skyward through a stratum of coniferous forests, then alpine meadows of wildflowers, and finally into the blue glaciers that rim the stark granite peaks.
The Grand Teton National Park Master Class Photography Workshop is a 5-day full immersion program September 28-October 3, 2021 that teaches a capture to post-production workflow to create fine art landscape photography. We are not a photography tour provider; we are a visual arts, photography education program. Thus, you will spend significant time at each location with your instructor to develop a deep understanding of your subject and theme and learn to complete your vision in post-production.
- Driving: We reach most of our remote locations with 4×4 vehicles, which we provide.
- Hiking: The longest hike is 2 miles over a moderate elevation gain.
TUITION OF $2,999 INCLUDES:
- All Local Ground Transportation from Base Camp to Site Locations
- Training Documentation
- Classroom Post-Production Classes
- 5 Hours Personal Online Tutoring
- Transportation to and from Basecamp
Our Base Camp is The Homewood Suites, Jackson Hole, WY (Visit Site) (Homewood Suites in Jackson Hole, WY is off of US-191, 88 miles east of Idaho Falls, WY, and 275 miles north of Salt Lake City, UT.)
Your health and safety is our only priority during the Coronavirus pandemic! National Park Photography Expeditions LLC and Samy’s Photo School are complying with all Federal, State, and County regulations to protect our students, teachers, assistants and our colleagues in the National Parks, National Monuments and other Public Lands. We continue to stay informed about the situation and will notify all students of workshop postponements and reschedules. We ask that our students, friends and colleagues comply with all health department regulations and restrictions.