Regarded as one of the most beautiful locations in the world for fall foliage, the Wasatch Mountains of Northern Utah are breathtaking and absolutely stunning for photography.
We will travel together in cars and stop at the most scenic locations, you have the option to choose either an AM workshop starting at sunrise or the PM workshop ending at sunset. Education will be provided throughout the workshop and the instructor will spend one-on-one time with each participant (the workshop is limited to 8 people).
Northern Utah and the Wasatch Front quite possibly could be the crown jewel of the Rocky Mountains. The Wasatch Back features miles of undeveloped mountain canyons and valleys, towering granite and awe inspiring views. During this workshop, you will want to bring a variety of lenses, from wide-angle to super-telephoto. The distance to your subjects can vary, as some locations you will get a vista across the valley and other areas you will have the opportunity to photography intimate close up forest scenes. We will explore small creeks and rivers with a few waterfalls tossed in. it is certainly recommended to consider bringing the longest telephoto in your bag, but not necessary. Please keep in mind that you can always rent lenses, please contact/ask for links.
We will maximize our time in the field shooting a multitude of subjects as well as incorporating in-field classroom instruction, critiques, and tips and tricks.
While the Wasatch Mountains offer outstanding photographic opportunities throughout the year, the arrival of fall brings a special magic to the area. Deep, rich golds, explosive reds and oranges, crisp blue skies, frosty mornings, and perhaps a dusting of snow transform these incredible locations into something truly spectacular.
Due to changes in weather and the amount of precipitation, the foliage colors and patterns in the Wasatch Mountains can drastically change year to year, giving truly unique photographic opportunities for those who like visiting Utah every fall.
Our workshops were designed for small groups, usually no more than 8 persons. With smaller groups there is much less pressure, more laid back, easier to ask questions and fun. Smaller groups allow for a more intimate setting and more one on one attention.
We work thru very separate exercises, ISO, Shutter, and Aperture settings. You're using your camera, you're pressing the buttons on your camera and your capturing photos with your camera. By using your camera you start to learn menus, what some of the buttons do and most important how ISO, Shutter and Aperture affect your photos. It's all about YOU!