Be inspired by the winter splendor of Yellowstone National Park on this seven-day landscape and wildlife photography workshop with Jackson Hole local Henry Holdsworth and Leanne Hansen.
Yellowstone National Park offers a panoply of inspiration for wildlife and landscape photographers year-round, but Yellowstone in the quiet depths of winter is a truly unique experience. In this all-inclusive workshop, we’ll photograph the range of winter light conditions from dawn till dusk—frozen sun-drenched vistas, heavy falling snow amongst the silence of the deep pine forests, the spectacular colors of the mineral springs under an overcast sky, or perhaps a lone red fox bathing in the last low light of the winter sunset.
We’ll explore the outer reaches of the park transported in our private “Snowcoach”—specialized off-road vehicles designed especially for deep snow travel—from the famed Lamar Valley in the north to Yellowstone Lake and Old Faithful in the south. We’ll visit Mammoth Hot Springs and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, wonder over frozen waterfalls, and photograph the emerald mineral pools in Geyser Basin, steaming and brilliant against the snowy backdrop.
January 26 – February 3, 2017
Who should take this workshop: Intermediate to advanced photographers with a sense of adventure.
- Maximum eight (8) students
- The workshop begins and ends in Bozeman, MT
- Participants are responsible for travel to and from Bozeman
- All lodging, transportation from Bozeman to the workshop sites, and all meals and gratuities (excluding alcohol) included
- Price based on single occupancy; double occupancy can be accommodated upon request