ALERT: Your Chance to Join Us on the Rocky Mountain Summer Photography Workshop!

TOO LATE!  SOMEONE SIGNED UP TO FILL THIS VACANT SPACE IN THE CLASS.    (But let us know if you’d like to be placed on a waiting list in case there is a cancellation.)

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Our 2017 Summer and Fall Rocky Mountain Photography Workshops have been sold out, BUT one of our participants just had to withdraw, so ONE space is now available for our workshop on July 8-11, 2017!


It is very rare to be able to get into this workshop at this late date, especially since lodging options are also sold out by now. BUT if you sign up ASAP you can take the available spot and we have a space available for you at the lodge. We just can’t hold this space for very long.

To attend the workshop, you would need to plan on arriving on July 7th and departing on July 12th. The workshop is four full days of photography in one of the nation’s most beautiful national parks. Plus we have two pre-trip meetings to prepare you for the trip, providing information about our adventures and how to plan your travel, and a session on photography tips to get better photographs while we are up there. I also offer an option where you can choose an add-on option with an online teaching session where I show my tips how to best edit your photographs from the trip using Adobe Lightroom.

We’d love to have YOU in our next group photo there in Rocky Mountain National Park!

The following are a few photographs from our travels there.

We stay at a wonderful little lodge right on the banks of Fall River, just 2 miles outside the park.

There are so many majestic views within the park.

We’ll experience a few sunrises.

And a few waterfalls.

And moose.

And wildflowers.

And marmots.

And possibly big horn sheep.

And you’ll be experiencing the trip with others who love to photograph nature.

While the wildlife look down over you and watch.

There are so many beautiful rivers, cascades, and waterfalls in the park!

We’ll do some hiking together.

And we’ll do a cookout on Fall River (weather permitting).

And more sunrises.

And more wildflowers, butterflies, moths, etc.

Imagine your happy face added to this group shot.

There is nothing like watching a sunrise from the side of a mountain as the park awakens to a new day.


Happy Photographers!

Crazy photographers up very early to photograph sunrise!

Elk in the early morning light (one of the reasons we get up early)!

Long’s Peak towers over the park.

More happy photographers

Fog in the mountains. So peaceful!

More big horn sheep!

Sometimes when the weather conditions are just right, the layers of mountains and clouds can be so beautiful!

More wildlife (confession: I love moose!)

More cascades.  This is Copeland Falls.

You need to sign up so you can experience all this!

The wildlife are waiting for you.

The mountains are calling you.

The trails are waiting for you.

I hope you will join us.  It is a wonderful photographic adventure!

If you can’t but happen to know a photographer who might be interested, PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG TO THEM.  They will thank you!

Several of our participants have come back a 2nd or 3rd time!

Here are what other photographers have said about this experience:

  • “The natural beauty of RMNP was enhanced by Kevin’s knowledge of the park and locations that were custom picked for great photographic shots. Kevin’s calm, patient and knowledgeable teaching style meant that everyone, at whatever level they were at, felt comfortable asking questions, making mistakes, learning from them and then getting immeasurably better pictures as a result. The improvement in my photography from Day 1 to Day 4 was unbelievable. I came thinking the auto settings on my camera really took better pictures than I did, and I left seeing and believing that the pictures I now understood how to take were vastly superior to anything the camera could capture in auto mode. It was a 5 star experience from beginning to end.
  • “This is a workshop you can’t afford to miss! I came to the workshop with a goal of never using Auto settings again… I achieved that and more. Kevin is such a great teacher and is able to work with photographers of all levels. He made everyone comfortable, I am from Virginia and did not know anyone in the group (as were several others) by the end of the work shop I had made a group of new friends! We were able to get so many landscape and wildlife pictures. The whole experience was amazing. I’m ready to sign up for the next workshop! Thank you Kevin” – Barb
  • “The Rocky Mountain Summer Photography Workshop was an amazing experience! The success of the workshop begins with the organization and preparation of the instructor. Kevin and Gail were superbly organized and prepared! It was a treat to be lead to the best spots at the optimum time of the day to photograph the spectacular beauty and wildlife in the park. They demonstrated great flexibility and adaptability in meeting the needs of the group with the ever changing clouds, weather, and wildlife. It was also an incredible learning experience having a photography professional available to coach and instruct on the best methods for creatively composing a scene, capturing stunning images, and the correct use of a wide range of photographic equipment. Not only can I wholeheartedly recommend this workshop, but I’m already scheduled for a Rocky Mountain Fall Photography Workshop with Kevin!”


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