Monument Valley/Horseshoe Bend/Canyon de Chelly (starts in LAS)
Dates TBD | Price $4350
This four day tour is packed with many photo opportunities for the epic landscape photographer,the artistic still life lover, or just anyone who wants to experience the natural beauty of the Red rocks. The possibilities are endless if you know where to go, and that’s what we do. The weather is pleasant and the days are getting longer, perfect for capturing those golden hour photos. We may even see some wild horses or sheep as we explore these amazing areas. This tour is perfect for the digital photographer as well as the film enthusiast who wants to experiment with their large format film cameras.
Bodie & Eastern Sierra Nevada (starts from Reno)
Dates TBD | Price $4350
On this four day tour we visit Bodie a rustic ghost town in Northern California, Lone Pine, The Alabama Hills, the ancient Bristlecone pines, the beautiful tufa towers at Mono Lake, and many other unique subjects along the Mt. Whitney Portal. You will return from this tour with great images and hopefully great stories to go along with them. These are some of the places most visited by Ansel Adams where he created many of his greatest images. There is a little something for everyone on this diverse tour. Bring your digital and film cameras and be inspired by the beauty of the Eastern Sierra Nevada landscape.
Alaska Fall (starts from Anchorage)
Date: September 2 - September 9, 2020 | Price $6150
Due at least 90 days prior to departure
Alaska is a vast wilderness where the photographic opportunities are endless. We cover a great deal of ground on this trip, covering a potpourri of some of the best place this state has to offer. We spend time in Denali where we hope to capture staggering landscapes of Mount Denali and the untouched beauty of Denali National Park. If weather permits the possibility of capturing the Aurora Borealis will keep the night owls awake. We spend time on Resurrection Bay where we can get up close to Orca, Sea Otters, Harbor Seals, Puffin, Bald Eagles, Mountain Goats, as well as the Holgate Glacier and the amazing Alaskan coastline. We spend time at Kennecott Mine and Independence Mine, both are pieces of Alaskan history that have endless opportunities for still life, landscape, and macro photography. For many guests the best part of the trip is on Crescent Lake, where we get up close and personal with the Alaskan Brown Bear aka The Grizzly Bear. This is an opportunity not to be missed. Join us to explore, be inspired, make new friends, and most important of all come home with images that tell the story of your adventure. Once you go you’ll want to go back...it’s that amazing!
Polar Bears of Churchill (starts from Winnipeg, Canada) BOOK ASAP!
Dates Oct 29 to Nov 1 | Price $6150
Limited availability, five person minimum
For many people this is a once in a lifetime trip. The journey begins in Winnipeg where we will fly to the remote town of Churchill Manitoba located on the southwestern shores of the Hudson Bay. Churchill has been nicknamed the “Polar bear Capital of the World”. We will spend two full days on a tundra buggy where we will have the opportunity to photograph Polar Bears and other arctic wildlife in their natural environment. It is an amazing experience that will take your breath away and leave you awe struck at the beauty of the arctic landscape.
New England Fall (starts from Hartford/Bradley BDL)
Dates Oct. 19-27, 2020 | Price $6150
There is nothing more beautiful than Fall in New England. This tour will take you off the beaten path and focuses on the small village towns that dot the eastern landscape. We spend time in places like Colonial Sturbridge Massachusetts, Kennebunk ME, Camden ME, Bar Harbour ME, Acadia National Park, and many other locations along the way. Of course a trip to New England wouldn’t be complete without visiting Martha’s Vineyard. This tour gives the digital and film photographer opportunities to capture iconic images of light houses along the rocky coastline of Maine, the vibrant colors of the fall foliage, and the nostalgia of a simpler time in many of the small villages and towns. New England is a wondrous place filled with history and beauty. The only draw back will be choosing where to point your camera first.