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January 5-14 2020
January 19- 28 2020
This workshop is all about the wildlife and we have tweaked this particular trip to offer you the absolute best that winter in Yellowstone has to offer. From frost covered bison to bobcats hunting in the snow, this workshop is a tour de force in America’s premier wildlife photography destination.
Epic Florida Birds
April 12 – 18 2020
The workshop is down right action packed. Roseate spoonbills, sandhill cranes, burrowing owls, barred owls, shorebirds galore, reddish egrets, alligators at night, and this list goes on and on. If you are looking for good old fashion hardcore bird photography, and want to come away with thousands of photographs every single day, then this workshop is for you!
May 17 – 21 2020
May 24 – 28 2020
Wild horses like you have never experienced them before. This workshop is all about creating photographs that are simply not possible anywhere else in the wild. For 500 years these horses have been shaped and molded by the sea and its tides, creating one of the most unique breeds of horses on the planet. Join us, for this one of a kind photography adventure.
If you are looking adventure, this workshop is for you. Based in one of the densest populations of brown bears on Earth, this workshop will offer you the chance to be up close and personal with America’s largest predator.
September 20 – 26 2020
The Canadian Rockies are one of North America’s best kept secrets for big mammal photography. With big mountains and big wilderness all around, this workshop is timed to coincide with the elk rut in Jasper National Park. Although elk will be a key focus, we will also pursue great photographic opportunities of bears, moose, bighorn sheep, epic glacially carved landscapes, and night photography as well. If you think Fall in Yellowstone and the Tetons is good, wait till you come to the Canadian Rockies!
Wildlife of Panama
The north coast of Panama is literally dripping with life and biological diversity. Home to the Smithsonian Institute of Tropical Research, this region is widely known as the Galapagos of the Caribbean as science continues to find new species here on a regular basis. For this workshop we will be based in the Bocas del Toro archipelago where lush lowland rainforests cover tiny tropical islands surrounded by a sea of coralline blue. Each day will be spent exploring new islands to photograph everything from three toed sloths to red-billed tropic birds. If you are looking for adventure, for a workshop filled with island hopping around the tropics, for the opportunity to photograph a vast array of different species ranging from poison frogs to magnificent frigate birds, then this is the workshop you have been waiting for.