Dates: March 13 - March 26, 2019
Our India photography workshop itinerary covers the best of the must see monuments including the incomparable Taj Mahal but we veer off the beaten path as often as possible in search of more genuine visions of Indian life, such as: the Holi Festival of Colors, the magnificent Taj Mahal, Varanasi on the Ganges, Jodhpur (aka the Blue City) and a camel safari in the Thar! desert.
Dates: April 1 - April 14, 2019
Mention Ladakh to any Indian and you’re likely to hear the expression, "Heaven on Earth." That’s because they don't make mountains any bigger or wilder than the Himalaya. This is the land of the Ibex and the Snow Leopard, of ancient mountain monasteries, of faces so weathered by sun and wind that it’s impossible to know their ages. Our planned stops are worthy destinations, but many of the best photo opportunities are found on the road, so we allow time for multiple stops as we travel.
Dates: May 2 - May 17, 2019
I’ve had my eye on the Andes for a while and now it’s time to explore. Care to join me? I love big mountains and the Andes are as big as they come in the western hemisphere. I’ve done a little homework but I cant say for sure exactly what we’ll find there. Machu Picchu is a no-brainer of course. I’m also dying to try my hand at those crazy reflection photos and night photography on the giant salts flats of the Salar de Uyuni (google it). Rainbow Mountain looks awesome too and I know we'll have some great opportunities to capture some of the indigenous cultures of the Andes. But beyond that, it’s a mostly a mystery. That’s what makes it so appealing.
Dates: August 22 - 26, 2019
Location: Near Bishop, CA
Elevate your photography skills and sharpen your creative vision on this unique photography adventure in the heart of the Sierra Nevada's John Muir Wilderness.
Dates: October 6-11, 2019
Location: British Columbia
Spirit Bear, Ghost Bear, Kermode Bear…whatever you call this magnificent creature, opportunities to photograph one in the wild are almost as rare as the animals themselves. Only 5 lucky photographers will join us on a wildlife photography adventure of a lifetime to the remote Great Bear Rainforest of coastal British Columbia.