Among the locations visited during the workshop are Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, the National Elk Refuge, the historic Mormon Row homestead site, an authentic western rodeo, and a variety of neighboring locations.
Daily excursions exploring this stunning region are complemented by darkroom and digital work sessions, critiques of work in progress, gallery visits, and evening presentations.
The workshop covers a broad range of photographic practices and principles with
an emphasis on instruction targeted to the individual level of the student. Lectures
and demonstrations will cover basic camera operations, beginning to advanced
Adobe software techniques, alternative camera use, mixed media processes and
Primary instruction is done with digital SLR cameras, however students will also be exposed to 35mm film cameras, medium and large format film cameras, and mixed media processes.