Enhance Your Nature Photography Skills

Braided River's first photography workshop will be taught by three of our authors and held at the scenic Sundance Mountain Resort.
Lace Thornberg Lace Thornberg
Development Director, Braided River (an Imprint of Mountaineers Books)
May 25, 2017
Enhance Your Nature Photography Skills

Braided River is teaming up with Explore Green to host a Fall Nature Photography Workshop at Sundance Mountain Resort led by acclaimed conservation photographers Amy Gulick, Carl Johnson, and Dave Showalter. Each will bring their expertise and passion for wild country to this hands-on workshop. At the foot of Utah's towering Wasatch Range, the stunning Sundance Valley offers the ideal setting for an immersive photography experience.

Participants will learn solid compositional technique, supported by constructive photo critiques, discuss a storytelling approach, and explore the role of photography in conserving wild lands, in keeping with the Sundance mission of land stewardship.

The workshop will include early morning and afternoon-evening photo shoots. Amy, Carl, and Dave will review images from the group and offer constructive feedback to participants – a valuable way to study light and learn techniques to make mindful, compelling images. Sundance promises to work her magic, and we’ll provide the instruction and inspiration to assist you with your visual journey.

This workshop runs September 7 – 10, 2017.

The price, which is per couple, includes:

  • Three nights at the stunning Sundance Resort
  • All instruction, seminars and field trips
  • Breakfast for two daily
  • Welcome Reception
  • Group Dinner with special guest Helen Cherullo
  • All taxes included for Sundance

Price per couple is $3,900 Small Mountain Suite, and $4,400 for a Large Mountain Suite. 

A portion of that trip fee will be tax deductible as a donation to Braided River. Please inquire for single person rates. This trip is limited to 20 suites.

For more information or to book this trip, please email Lace Thornberg, LThornberg@BraidedRiver.org.

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