Grand Canyon (with full moon), Horseshoe Bend, Upper Antelope Canyon, and Sedona, Arizona
6th Annual Northern Arizona Workshop
March 14-18, 2014
Join me, and co-instructor Gary Hart on our fifth annual photographic workshop through some of the most beautiful terrain the desert southwest has to offer. We will start this unforgetable workshop exploring and photographing one of the 7 natural wonders of the world: the Grand Canyon! We will spend 2 1/2 days exploring this incredible American icon from varied locations along the southwest and southeast rim. Each location will provide a unique view of this amazing canyon. This year's workshop has been timed to the full moon to allow students to photograph a moonrise on two consecutive evenings and well as a session of night photography!
We will then caravan to Page, Arizona where we will visit the world-renowned Upper Antelope Canyon, perhaps the most famous slot canyon in the world where our visit will be timed to capture the incredible radiant light beams. We will also photograph a sunset and a full moonset at famed Horseshoe Bend where we will spend some time shooting along the rim of this spectacular setting where the Colorado River bends 270 degrees around Navajo sandstone in the Glen Canyon Recreation Area.
Lastly it will be off to the red rock mecca of Sedona. We will finish this exhilirating day with a sunset shoot at Redrock Crossing in Oak Creek Canyon and another sunrise from one of the most iconic locations in all of Sedona where we should find spring desert bloom near peak condition!
Note: This workshop is extremely popular and sold out quickly the past four years - don't delay!
Fridsay, March, 14th: 2:00 pm - Workshop begins with an 2 hour orientation meeting at our hotel in Tusayan (1 mile south of Grand Canyon Park entrance). Depart for sunset shoot along rim (2 locations planned). Night photography at Grand Canyon under full moonlight.
Saturday, March, 15th: Sunrise and morning shoots in Grand Canyon, one-hour image review, Photoshop Workflow utilizing Adobe Camera Raw and Nik software, and a demsonstration on blending natural looking images in Photoshop and more! (1:00 - 3:30pm - hotel), late afternoon and sunset shoots along southwest rim of Grand Canyon. Students will also get to photograph a full moon rising at sunset!
Sunday, March, 16th: Sunrise at southeast Grand Canyon location, depart for Page, late morning - Upper Antelope Canyon (slot canyon - 2 1/2 hour photo tour), 2:30 (lunch), depart for sunset location (Horseshoe Bend).
Monday, March, 17th: Dawn and sunrise at Horseshoe Bend with full moonset, breakfast, depart for Sedona, Image Review (2:00 - 4:30 pm), depart for Oak Creek Canyon and sunset shoot at Red Rock Crossing.
Tuesday, March, 18th: Sunrise at a special location that combines Sedona's most iconic red-rock formations with springtime desert bloom! Group breakfast, workshop ends.
Cost: $1695.00 - Includes 4 nights single-occupancy lodging, slot canyon tour, and Navajo Reservation entrance fees at Antelope Canyon, and a digital copy of my book Refined Vision (see details below).
Deadline: When workshop fills (limited to 12 students only).
Frequently Asked Questions: 2013 Northern Arizona FAQ's
Meals: Participants will be required to purchase their own meals and generally we eat as a group. A continental breakfast will be available in both Page and Sedona.
Transportation: We will carpool to shooting locations. Participants are required to provide transportation to and from the workshop and between the two Parks. Paricipants are also responsible for Park entrance fees.
Travel and other expenses: Under no circumstances will I refund any charge not paid to me, such as (but not limited to) airfare, lodging, car rental, or meals. Though I’ve never had to cancel a workshop, and consider the possibility extremely remote, for your peace of mind I strongly encourage you to purchase travel insurance to cover any losses resulting from a cancelled workshop.
Cancellation Policy: Please click on link to read my Cancellation Policy.
All participants will receive a digital version of my book Refined Vision :: 50 Lessons Designed to Improve Your Digital Landscape Photography