Autumn and Wildlife Photography Workshop

A bull elk wandering through a meadow near fall aspen and willow trees. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Autumn may very well be the most majestic time to photograph in Grand Teton National Park. With stunning displays of fall colors and both moose and elk in the rut, it makes for remarkable displays of larger mammals in colorful settings. This, of course, translates to beautiful photos of both gorgeous color and stoic animals.

Available Dates
2024: Sept. 22, 23 / Sept. 24, 25 / Sept. 29, 30 / Oct. 1, 2

Price: $1800/person – $400 non-refundable deposit
Difference due by September 10, 2024

Large aspen tree branches reaching into a dense canopy of golden fall leaves. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
The first light of the day hitting the Grand Teton and the Teton Mountains above the Snake River Overlook. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Along the way I’ll be giving you helpful advice on what to look for in wildlife behavior, camera settings, technique, and anything else to help you come away with an ideal shot.

At the end of each morning session, we’ll break for breakfast where we’ll also take a look at our photos thus far, where I’ll offer insight and guidance on what worked, what didn’t, and how to improve. Likewise, if desired, post-processing tips will also be included.

The Autumn and Wildlife Workshop is set during the peak of fall colors and also during the elk rut, as well as the beginning of the moose rut. This gives us ample opportunities with both animals, while also having virtually unlimited fall color landscapes to explore. This is the perfect time to capture the full majesty of Grand Teton National Park, so book now before it fills up!

Each workshop will run for two split days: 3-4 hours at sunrise, and another 3-4 at sunset for two days in a row.

What’s Included

  • Pickup to and from your hotel
  • Light breakfast at pickup, lunch after sunrise session
  • Dinner after sunset on both days
  • Adobe Lightroom mini-class and image discussion
Golden fall leaves on aspen trees lit up with golden light at sunrise along the shores of Oxbow Bend. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming