Here you will find all of the information you need regarding the on location nature photography workshops that I offer for 2018. If you have any questions not answered below, please reach out to me via email or telephone at your earliest convenience.
THIS is the workshop you have all been waiting for! During this two day intensive classroom workshop I will leave no stone unturned as I teach you EVERTYTHING I know about building and maintaining a highly successful nature photography business! From just starting out, to monetizing your photography, building a brand and rising to the top I will teach you step by step how I took my nature photography business from ground zero to where it is today, with annual sales of over 250k, all from my home office.
This scheduled 3 day in the field workshop will be held the second week in August based on my years of experience photographing the park during the wildflower season. Even in less than monumental years or when the season comes earlier than expected, there is still an astounding amount of breathtaking photographic opportunities in the park during this time including spectacular views of the mountain at every turn, waterfalls, old growth forests, rivers, streams and lakes.
This workshop will begin Friday September 28th in Aspen, CO and end in Telluride, CO on Tuesday October 2nd, 2018 and will include five days of in the field instruction as well as two mid - day Post Processing & Image Critique sessions. The time and date of these post processing sessions will be weather dependent.
I have offered this workshop every year now for the past 6 years. Last year this workshop sold out in just 5 days. This is one of my most popular workshops of the year, often ending up with a long waiting list so don't hesitate if you would like to join me this year! This workshop will be hosted in Leavenworth, WA Friday October 26th- Sunday October 28th, 2018 at the peak of fall color!
Life In The Palouse is a 3 day on location hands on nature photography workshop with host Aaron Reed held in the dreamlike hills of the Palouse in Eastern Washington State. This workshop is held during the peak growing season and features the lush rolling hills of the region drawing parallels to Tuscany in their breathtaking beauty. This workshop focuses on the hills, valleys, abandoned buildings and forgotten towns of the Paoluse region between Steptoe Butte and Palouse Falls.