Ladies Fall Outdoor Photography Workshop

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Ladies Fall Outdoor Photography Workshop

1,750.00

Beginner to Intermediate skill level

Sept 29 - Oct 3

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Highlights

  • Fall is one of the best times to photograph and adventure in Jackson, Wyoming. Temperatures start to become more moderate and fall colors make for a vibrant backdrop.

  • Workshop constructed for the beginner/intermediate photographer with opportunities to focus on lifestyle, portrait, and night photography.

  • Post-processing/image critique session and access to a three pack of Elise’s Lightroom Presets to help understand how different looks are achieved.

  • Build relationships through a unique experience over shared hobbies.

  • Small group size (6) to maximize individual attention.

  • All food and transportation during the workshop will be taken care of.

  • As a personal goal, Elise would like to not only play the role of workshop host, but also do her best to document your experience to leave you with images of yourself that you can be excited about.

  • Each attendee will receive a Mammut Trion Pro 35 + 7L Backpacking Pack, Mammut Alvra T-shirt, and Mammut Lhasa Cap.

 

Itinerary

The itinerary is kept somewhat flexible so we can adjust for weather and group interests. The itinerary below is just an example of what you can expect.

Day 1 (Saturday, Sept. 29):

  • Meet in Jackson at 12:00pm. We’ll head out together from here for a scenic introductory day hike.

  • Car camp at a beautiful location with Teton views where we’ll cook a meal together and practice capturing lifestyle imagery in a camp setting.

Day 2 (Sunday, Sept. 30):

  • Wake up early to shoot sunrise followed by a camp breakfast.

  • Day hike to Peaked Mountain after riding the chair lift to the top of Grand Targhee Resort.

  • Dinner in Jackson. Restaurant choice will be made based on a group vote.

  • Stay the night in the Lodge Family Suite at Cowboy Village Resort. We’ll spend some time here doing a group edit/image critique session.

Day 3 (Monday, Oct. 1):  

  • After a leisurely morning, head to a scenic location for portrait sessions. Each person will have the chance to have their portrait taken as well as practice on other participants. We’ll spend the remainder of the afternoon chasing fall colors.

  • Drive to a local hot spring with nearby camping.

  • Cook dinner at camp followed by a night photography lesson.

Day 4 (Tuesday, Oct. 2):

  • Pack up camp and drive to a trailhead where we will begin hiking to a backcountry location for an overnighter.

  • There will be plenty of opportunities to practice everything we’ve discussed in the earlier days of the workshop.

Day 5 (Wednesday, Oct. 3):

  • Hike out and drive back to Jackson

Thursday, Oct. 4: Travel home

 

Recommended Gear

  • DSLR or Mirrorless Camera Body

  • Sturdy Tripod

  • All of the lenses you own

  • Extra batteries, memory cards, cleaning supplies, and battery banks if you have them

  • Laptop and external hard drive for backing up images

  • Though not essential to attend the workshop, it would be beneficial if each attendee had Adobe Lightroom for the editing session

  • Everything you would normally take on a backpacking trip. You do not need to bring a tent, stove, or water filter.

  • Rain jacket, down or insulated jacket, and other appropriate fall layers.

  • Day pack

  • Headlamp

  • Sunscreen

  • Beanie

  • Thin gloves

  • Water Bottle

  • Swimwear + Camp towel

 

Logistics

  • You are responsible for your own travel arrangements to and from Jackson, WY (It is often cheaper to fly into Salt Lake City and take the Salt Lake Express from there). Please arrive before 12:00pm on September 29th and plan on staying through the evening of October 3rd. Elise will be available to help with airport pickups/dropoffs upon request.

  • All attendees should be in reasonably good physical condition and must be comfortable hiking 5 miles.

  • The timing of this workshop has been selected for optimal fall photography opportunities. It should be noted that weather can vary quite a bit in the fall and everyone should be prepared for a variety of conditions. If weather forces us out of some of our plans, we'll adjust based on group vote to make the best use of our time!

  • Women only. All attendees should be over the age of 18.