Workshops

Summit Alaska

Discover the most remote and natural settings of Alaska to photograph wildlife and beautiful scenics. Journey alongside nature photographers Melissa Groo and Michael Forsberg as you capture stunning images of all of Alaska’s wild inhabitants, including bears, eagles, puffins, seals, sea lions, otters and more! You will be based at the famed Silver Salmon Creek Lodge, in Lake Clark National Park, southwest of Anchorage about one hour by small plane. Roughly twice the size of Yellowstone, Lake Clark National Park boasts glaciers, volcanoes, alpine spires, tundra, wild rivers, lakes and 80 miles of rugged coastline along Cook Inlet. The Park is accessible only by small plane or boat and is home to countless seabirds, dense forests, brown and black bear, moose, herds of caribou, and many other species of wildlife. Silver Salmon Creek Lodge is located along the rich coastal section of this spectacular park. Here you will take your nature photography to the next level by pairing up with the best in the business in an awe-inspiring location. Our Alaska workshop is not simply a photography trip to Alaska, it’s an educational adventure that will make you a better and smarter photographer while loading up your portfolio with stunning nature and wildlife images. This is a small-group workshop with limited availability so reserve your spot today!!
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Fall Photography At the Summit

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The Nature and Wildlife Workshop, also called Photography at the Summit, 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. The workshop is held at the spectacular National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming.
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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. October 4-10, 2019.
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The Search for the World's Most Endangered Cat--The Iberian Lynx

Spain

Come with us to southern Spain to photograph the world’s most endangered species of wild cat, the Iberian Lynx! Though this cat is very rare, this exclusive photo tour is optimized to give you a chance to see and photograph this incredible feline. Besides photography, you will actively contribute to the conservation of the Iberian lynx, since we will spend one morning building a rabbit warren (this increases the rabbit population — the favorite food of the lynx). This photo tour is co-led by conservation photographer Sebastian Kennernecht, perhaps the leading photographer of the world's most elusive wild cat species.
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Sandhill Cranes

Kearney, Nebraska

Experience and photograph one of the world's greatest natural spectacles and our country's largest animal migration. Every spring, half a million Sandhill Cranes stop along the Platte River in central Nebraska on their trip north.
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