Private Grand Teton and Yellowstone Photography Workshops

Fall colors decorating aspen trees growing around Oxbow Bend and below Mount Moran. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

“Mike was fabulous and provided great insights that have moved my photo skills forward as well as enriched Our understanding of the local rich tapestry that is JH!”

– Chris

Bighorn Sheep Ram Standing in Snowy Hills
A bighorn sheep ram standing between snowy hills as a light snow falls. National Elk Refuge, Wyoming

Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are not only stunning destinations to visit, but they’re also ideal settings to enhance your photography skills. Whether you’re interested in wildlife, landscapes, dark skies, or all of the above, there’s no shortage of iconic subjects to practice on.

Using the endless natural beauty as our classroom, I’ll make sure to give you personalized instruction on any area where you’d like to improve on, whether that’s technical instruction, or information on seasonal patterns in the area. Having become thoroughly knowledgeable about the area through personal observation and education, I carry with me a consistent eagerness for heading out into the parks for photography, whether personally or as a guide.

About Mike Cavaroc

Mike Cavaroc

I’m an award-winning, published nature photographer who moved to the area solely for the photographic opportunities that the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem provides. Jackson Hole, Wyoming has been my home for nearly 15 years, and during that time, I have continued to explore and photograph the region, always challenging myself to find new vantage points, techniques, and behavioral patterns within the wildlife. With previous in-depth work as a wildlife safari guide and stargazing leader, I’ve developed an intimate knowledge of this special place, as well as the wildlife that freely roams here. It’s my goal and my pleasure to help you come away with as much of this knowledge as you desire, while also giving you the best photographic opportunities available during your time in this magnificent region.

“Amazing day! Simply Perfect!!”

– Rachel M.

Why Book with Me?

  • Two decades of self-taught camera experience
  • Endlessly curious about the natural world
  • Passionate about sharing the region with others
  • A born teacher
  • Award-winning and widely published photographer
  • Professional guide for over 10 years
  • A nerd on many different subjects


Grand Teton Sunrise or Sunset – $950
(1-3 people, 5-6 hours)

Yellowstone Day Excursion – $1200
(1-3 people, 8-10 hours)

Night Photography Workshop – $700
(1-3 people, 4-5 hours, weather permitting)

Why Book a Photo Workshop?

  • Come away with more confidence in your camera
  • Learn valuable techniques and tricks to improve your abilities
  • Understand wildlife behavior and landscape dynamics for your remaining time in the area
  • Understand what distinguishes a good photo from a great photo
  • Receive post-processing tips after the workshop


Northern lights above Jackson Hole