Join us as we travel into the magical winter landscape called Yellowstone!
Emerge yourself! Concentrate on photographing winter wildlife and mystic landscapes during this week of intense photography in the best place on earth! The trip itinerary has been carefully planned to maximize photographic opportunities for YOU! Arranged for the nature photo enthusiast as a unique journey to explore the wonders of Yellowstone National Park during winter season. All photographic skill levels are welcome. Our goal is for you to enjoy your time with fellow photographers and leave with outstanding images from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
All transportation from Bozeman, MT included, six nights total. Two days of Snowcoach travel in the interior of the park and one night at the historic Snow Lodge at Old Faithful. See the itinerary for full details.
Join the National Bighorn Sheep Center and professional photographer Sandy Zelasko for a day of winter bighorn sheep photography in the Whiskey Basin of the Wind River Mountain Range.
Improve your overall knowledge of one of the largest wintering wild sheep herds in North America while fine tuning your photographic skills in winter environments. Learn why depth of field is an important tool when photographing wildlife and conquer exposure in snow conditions. Never be fooled by your camera’s metering system again!
Transportation to all viewing spots is included in the cost of the workshop. Bagged lunch is available for an additional fee.
Don Carter- NANPA President
I was reading a thread on a well-known photography website about a landowner shutting down photography on his lands. Why? The story presents two sides but no one really knows why the property is off limits except the owner but are we sometimes guilty of bad or less than courteous behavior? I have seen photographers ignore railway no trespassing signs at Bosque to photograph early morning cranes on a wonderfully located pond, and the pond was drained as the result of these trespasses. Many have seen the chaos that occurs at the Oxbow Bend Overlook during the fall with photographers failing to act in a courteous manner. I could go on and on about these types of stories, and we have all experienced such actions by others and maybe we have been less than courteous ourselves. Continue reading