What's this concept - this inexpensive Photo Tour idea - all about?
It's about two things. It's about shooting landscape and travel photos in some of the world's most beautiful locations at a price way below what other workshops and tours charge. And it is also about having a lot of fun with fellow photographers who share a common passion - and who don't want to spend time in a workshop classroom setting when they could be out shooting.
I created this company because I thought there should be a place where people could find a photo tour hosted by an experienced guide that wouldn't cost a ton of money. Most of the photo workshops you see advertised in the back of the photo magazines cost well over $1000, and I thought that was way out of line. And most of those workshops spend a lot of time in a classroom setting reviewing and critiquing photos.
I don't. My participants and I go out and shoot 10 to 12 hours per day for three plus days.
The photo tours I've put together have a participant cost of $699 to $999. Think of it as getting driven in a premium SUV to all the prime photo spots in the area at the right time of day - while accompanied by a professional landscape, nature and travel photographer who knows what he is doing. And then add in the camaraderie of doing it with other photographers who enjoy photography as much as you do.
All for about the same cost as renting a high clearance SUV by yourself for the same period and paying for gas and entrance fees. Or renting a personal guide for ONE day.
We visit some of the most famous landscape spots in North America and some little known sites that I've found after exploring all the back roads in an area.
And when visiting the Tetons or the Canadian Rockies - we will most likely encounter wildlife during our photo tour. On previous tours we have seen beaver, fox, bison, moose, elk, bald eagles, owls, osprey, grizzly and black bears, and pronghorn antelope.
For much more information, please contact me via my cell phone: 940-231-7223
Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org