Grand Teton Photo Workshop 2024 (SOLD OUT)
Grand Teton National Park Photo Workshop 2024
Lerro Photography Presents:
Grand Teton National Park Photo Workshop
January 19-22, 2024
Join Lerro Photography as we photograph the wild frontier of Grand Teton National Park in the depths of winter! Very few people visit this magical place when it’s covered in Wyoming’s deep snow, and the winter conditions add a moody dimension to these dramatic peaks.
The stunning Grand Teton stands 13,775ft tall, looming 5,700 feet over a likely-frozen Jackson Lake. The park’s trademark bison, elk, and moose will be covered in a dusting of snow, and as they breathe, the cold temperatures will leave behind a dramatic fog of vapor. Everywhere, the park will be white, still, and scenic.
I have braved Grand Teton in the cold, researched the best places to shoot these dramatic landscapes, and found the best time to shoot them in the most dramatic light. I’m ready to share these viewpoints with you and this magical and peaceful winter scene.
During our photo workshop, we will photograph during various lighting conditions, including sunrise, daytime, sunset, and blue hour. We will also learn to work with the challenges associated with photographing large wildlife. You will also learn the fundamental technical aspects of how aperture, shutter speed, and ISO affects the photos and how to adapt your photography techniques and gear to extreme cold conditions.
Pack your jackets, thermals, and lens warmers, and get The Lerro Experience in the mountains of Wyoming.
Lerro Photography is an “Authorized Permittee of the National Park Service.”
Friday, January 19, 2024
Arrive in Jackson, Wyoming, in time for an afternoon photo shoot. We will photograph through the afternoon until sunset.
Saturday, January 20, 2024
Photograph all day, from sunrise to sunset, taking in the incredible landscapes and iconic wildlife of Grand Teton National Park.
Sunday, January 21, 2024
Continue to photograph the park from sunrise to sunset.
Monday, January 22, 2024
Photograph the sunrise, bid your fellow photographers farewell, and head home to start editing!
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Weather conditions will be cold, and temperatures will likely be well below freezing. It is vitally important that you dress accordingly, especially as we will spend long periods standing in the elements taking our photographs. The altitude may be higher than what you are used to, as the park averages a height of 7,000 feet. Be prepared if you are affected by altitude. We will photograph all day, from sunrise to sunset. Please make sure you are ready to spend all day in the field.
• In-Field Photography Instruction
• Park entrance is included
• A great time and good memories
In Field Instruction
• Creating compelling compositions and storytelling through images
• Controlling your camera in manual settings
• Understanding and using the histogram
• Finding foregrounds
• Proper filters usage
• How lens selection affects the scene
• Technical tricks: Bracketing, Focus Stacking, Perspective Blending
• Understanding and using light
• Capturing difficult scenes
• Learning how to follow and pace moving wildlife
Recommended Camera Gear
• DSLR or mirrorless camera (full-frame or cropped sensor)
• Lenses ranging from wide angle (16-35), mid-range (24-105), and a long telephoto (100-400)
• Memory cards
• Sturdy tripod
• Circular polarizer and ND filters
• Lens cloths
• Extra batteries
• Cleaning supplies
• Dust blower
• Protection for your camera gear & backpack, rain cover
• Laptop, card reader, USB cords, drives, etc., if you wish to back up your photos
Recommended Personal Gear/Clothing
• Warm/water-resistant or proof winter boots
• Warm jacket
• Fleece underlayers
• Refillable water bottle
• Winter Hat, gloves, hand warmers
• Raincoat and/or wind shell
The Trip Does NOT Include the following:
A 4-wheel drive vehicle is recommended.
The closest town to where we will be is Jackson Hole, WY. Please make your hotel reservations there.
The group usually eats together when we have time to sit for a meal; however, this is not required. Food is not included in the workshop price.
What You’ll See
Sign Up Information
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Transportation, Food, and Hotel Accommodations are NOT INCLUDED
Bank checks or money orders made payable to:
PO Box 497
Glenolden, PA 19036
Checks are not subject to credit card convenience charge.
In the envelope with your check, please include a letter with your name, email address, phone number and what you are planning on attending.
Credit Card sales are subject to a 4% convenience charge which is not refundable. The 4% has been added to the price with the button below.
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Our latest go/no go date is November 30th. If by November 30th, there are not enough tickets sold, the charter will be canceled. All tickets are non-refundable after our go/no go date is set. If a patron can’t make the event after our go/ no go date is set, the patron must find someone else to purchase their ticket, or the ticket charge gets credited to a future event. Lerro Productions does reserve the right to cancel a photo charter at their discretion. If the charter is canceled, Lerro Productions will refund the photo charter ticket price. All refunds will be issued by check only. The Credit Card Convenience fee is non-refundable regardless of patron or charter cancellation. Lerro Productions is not responsible for the loss of additional expenses. Lerro Productions reserves the right to make changes to the schedule, dates, and or lighthouses if need be. We are not responsible for bad weather, delays, or cancelations. We are also not responsible for lost or stolen items, injuries, sickness, or damages to personal equipment and loss of personal travel expenses. Failure to comply with park rules, and regulations, and the direction of Lerro Productions can and will result in your expulsion from the charter without refund. Lerro Productions reserves the right to expel a patron if needed.