Photo Workshops

Yosemite Valley emerges from a winter storm

 

Extraordinary Photo Workshops

by Gary Hart

Enjoy Yosemite’s dynamic beauty in winter, spring, or fall; bask in Death Valley’s uniqueness accented by a winter full moon; marvel at the volcanoes, waterfalls, and black beaches of Maui and Hawaii’s Big Island; explore California’s diverse Eastern Sierra at its fall color peak; and be dazzled by the Grand Canyon beneath the lightning and rainbows of the summer monsoon. Regardless of the location, each workshop day starts before sunrise and continues through sunset—sometimes we’ll even go back out after dark. You’ll photograph each destination’s prime photo locations (some well known, others relatively unknown) in the best light.


What makes these workshops so special?

There’s no better way to check off those bucket-list images than taking a photo workshop with a photographer who has been photographing the location for many years. But more than getting you those “icon” shots you’ve long admired, I want to help you refine your skills and hone your creative eye so you can come home with images that are uniquely yours, and continue finding them long after the workshop’s over.

Workshop participants receive training and preparation material that gets them up to speed long before we start. We’ll photograph the best locations in the best light, and when the light’s less than ideal for photography, you’ll benefit from expert training and image reviews. Every workshop includes private lodging (no roommate unless you choose to share with a friend or loved one), and most include night photography.

My workshops include photographers with a wide range of skills, from eager beginner to seasoned pro—my only prerequisite is enthusiasm. Small groups and another experienced photographer assisting me ensures that everyone gets the attention they need. We’ll also have lots of fun.

All of my workshops fill, many over a year in advance. Here’s what’s coming up:

Current workshop schedule


gallery of workshop captures

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