Workshops

Barrow, Alaska - Private Workshop

Sandhill Cranes

Kearney, Nebraska

March, 2018. Ask to be placed on waiting list.
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Great Bear Rainforest

Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada

Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience alongside elite nature photographers and conservationists Michael Forsberg and Melissa Groo as you venture to the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia.
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Glacier National Park Montana Photo Adventure - Wildside Nature Tours

Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park, known as the Crown Jewel of the National Park System, sits astride the Continental Divide in northwestern Montana. While hiking, visitors to Glacier are treated to countless mountain peaks, alpine lakes and glaciers, and astounding displays of wildflowers. Wildlife abounds in the park and sightings of bears, mountain goats and bighorn sheep are regular. The scenery in the park is beautiful, and the sunrises/sunsets during the long summer days are spectacular. Co-led with Kevin Loughlin of Wildside Nature Tours.
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Fall Photography At the Summit

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The Nature and Wildlife Workshop, also called Photography at the Summit, is the longest-running workshop in the Summit Series. It brings together a faculty of top international photographers and editors — many from National Geographic — and combines it with the beautiful setting of the Grand Tetons. Our faculty offers a wide-variety of photography knowledge, so a student may go shoot in the morning with an expert nature photographer, review their work in the afternoon with a professional editor, then go over their editing process with a tech expert. This workshop provides participants the opportunity to learn from, photograph alongside, and network with the very individuals who are uniquely positioned to help them with their career development. While many nature workshops provide you with an opportunity to shoot outstanding nature photos, we take it one step further by truly offering you a chance to both expand your portfolio and to expand your network. Included in the instructional sessions will be lectures on conservation photography, freelance photography, and marketing and software/technology. The workshop classroom is located at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. What you’ll learn: Composition and Nature Photography Techniques. Photographing Jackson, WY and the Grand Tetons. Conservation in Photography and Photojournalism. Social Media and Marketing Techniques. Building and Organizing your Portfolio. Freelance and the Business of Nature Photography.
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