Special Introductory Price until 4/30/2017, $475 for two people on the half-day, comprehensive workshops
Half-day photo tours will either begin at 6 a.m. and run until noon, or from 2:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., your choice. As in the full-day workshops, the time will be geared towards photography with a heavy emphasis on the wildlife, each species, and their behaviors, as well as the ethics of photography in the park. Knowing more about the animals will enhance your photography and make it more likely to get shots that you can be proud of. Finding wildlife and your unique experience is not all about watching the people, as many visitors think, but reading the landscape and behavior of the wildlife to find what no one else sees, and Deby will be sharing her experiences with you.
Half day tours originate out of Gardiner, MT, unless special arrangements are made well in advance.
Camera gear, including tripod, binoculars, bear spray, clothing layers and sturdy shoes will be needed. Be prepared to begin the day with cold temperatures, warming up to t-shirt weather. A 400mm or larger lens is recommended for wildlife photography. A Nikon camera body and a Sigma 150-600 lens may be available for use at an extra cost.
No scents or smoking will be allowed during the tour. We will follow the rules of the park and the directions of the rangers while viewing and photographing wildlife. Short hikes on established trails are possible if desired
Lunch or breakfast, with water and snacks, will be provided.
There are no guarantees on what we will see while in the park, or that you will be able to get that close up shot of a bear that you dream of. Being in the right place at the right time has a lot to do with successful wildlife photography and Deby’s vast knowledge of the park will help make that possible.
For more information or availability of dates, email firstname.lastname@example.org