Tour Highlights~Landscape and wildlife of New Zealand
• Hike through Mount Cook National Park and enjoy the spectacular views of the expansive glaciers in Hooker Valley
• Capture the spirit of the captivating Moeraki Boulders
• Magnificent Milford Sound in Fiordland National Park
• Photograph a high country sheep station, a part of New Zealand’s economy and culture
• Relax and photograph in a stunning location at Arthurs Pass
• Victorian architecture of Dunedin & Christchurch provide wonderful settings for night photography
Join George Theodore of American Nature Photography Workshops and Brenda Tharp at Acadia where the sun’s rays first fall on the United States. With its crashing surf, rugged coastline, spectacular fall colors, beautiful sunrises, reflecting ponds and quaint carriage roads this venue is a landscape photographer’s smorgasbord.
Our daily routine will be shooting from sunrise to mid morning, classes – including critiques of your work – in early afternoon then back out for late afternoon to sunset.
See our website www.amnaph.com for further details
Romania—it’s a land of intricately painted monasteries and the home of Dracula. It’s Belle Époque buildings and the Arc de Triumph in Bucharest. It’s pastoral countryside, Balkan cuisine, and the Carpathian Mountains. The brilliant fall foliage is the perfect backdrop for a wealth of castles, fortified churches, and centuries-old houses. Go back in time to the little villages in the countryside where horse and buggies are still a way of life.
Join us as we explore the many facets of Romania on this autumn excursion. We’ll follow Dracula’s trail and explore Romania’s history, culture, and scenic beauty.
Photo Tour Highlights
• Ten nights and eleven days in this forgotten corner of Europe.
• Brenda Tharp will be returning to Portugal to provide you with photo instruction each day and visit some of her favorite locations.
• Your local cultural guide (also a professional photographer) will share the culture, history, and make introductions to her friends throughout each region, affording the group with unique opportunities.
• Charming and luxurious lodging in perfectly situated Pousadas and Hotels.
Photo Tour Highlights:
• 10 days with accomplished photo tour leader Kathy Adams Clark.
• Photograph the quiet side of Ireland ~ County Mayo.
• Tour limited to 12 passengers.
• New accommodations: hotel and spa walking distance to center of Westport with lively traditional Irish music sessions each evening.
• Everyone now has ensuite accommodations, with beautiful waterfront rooms.
• Experience Western Ireland while spending the majority of your evenings in one accommodation.
• Relaxed & flexible itinerary to make the most of the opportunities that come your way.
Join Brenda Tharp and George Theodore of American Nature Photography Workshops in this magnificent location. Yosemite, our third oldest National Park with its huge waterfalls, soaring granite domes and sheer cliffs, gives the landscape photographer endless subjects to capture. We’re there in spring when the waterfalls are at their peak flow and flowering trees dot the valley. We’ll follow our usual schedule of morning and late afternoon photography interspersed with classroom sessions that include critiques of your work.
See our website www.amnaph.com for details and come join us.
The Great Smoky Mountains contain sweeping panoramic views of ancient mountains, rushing streams, cascading waterfalls, and old growth hardwood forests. These are each wonderful sites to behold and represent just a hint of the photographic opportunities that await. Come join us as we explore this unique ecosystem with cameras in hand. I will be right there beside you to provide photographic recommendations and instruction.
2019 Winter in Yellowstone Photography Tour – Photograph the “Winter Wonderland” of Yellowstone National Park in the comforts of a private luxury snow coach with wildlife photographer Daniel J. Cox.
Along the snowy trails, we’ll stop to photograph the beautiful landscapes and mountain vistas surrounded by steamy geysers, along with a variety of wildlife, including the majestic elk, mammoth bison, coyotes, swans, and bald eagles. These creatures, big and small, find warmth near many of the thermal areas, creating unique and stunning imagery. We’ve had some years with great wolf viewing and hope to have similar opportunities again in 2019.
Join us for 4 days of photographing Winter Landscapes and Wildlife in and around Grand Teton National Park January 4-9, 2019.
We will photograph many iconic landscapes of the tetons in the peak of winter. The wildlife should be abundant this time of year. In years past we have had moose right outside our cabins at the ranch! We’ve also had the opportunity to photograph coyotes, fox, elk, bison, deer, etc. The landscape totally covered in snow is a sight to behold.
We will discuss all things photography including composition, post processing and exposure for winter conditions.
Lodging during January 4-8 and three meals per day are included in the workshop price! The meals served by the ranch are always incredible! You will not leave hungry or disappointed!
The workshop will be limited to 10 participants.
Your instructors for this workshop will be David Akoubian & Cecil Holmes.
The workshop fee is $1895.00 and does include lodging and meals. The workshop fee does not include air or ground transpiration.
Death Valley is one of the hottest, driest, and lowest National Parks in the United States. Even with this distinction, it is a landscape that encompasses many dynamic scenes. These qualities make it an endless world of opportunities for beautiful photographs. Evidence of Earth’s forces can be seen all around the park with the carved canyons, never-ending salt flats, mud cracks, sand dunes, mountain ranges, and rock formations. We will be visiting and photographing this park when more pleasant cooler temperatures are occurring. We will photograph and chase the light across this varied and textured landscape, while also heading out one night to photograph under the stars for some night photography. We will be photographing areas such as the Mesquite Dunes, Badwater Basin, and Zabriskie point, and other locations that have become our favorites over the years, which are lesser known. We will photograph larger scenes, and take time to catch the details in more intimate scenes. During the workshop, we will also have classroom time to teach photo processing techniques, and workflow to help your photos stand out! With over 3.4 million acres to explore, there is always something to photograph, and you will not be disappointed. Come photograph and explore this incredible landscape of many faces!