I’m happy to announce the following Photo Tour schedule for 2011 and invite you to join me in photographing these inspiring & amazing locations. (see below)
For full details be sure to visit the JMG-Galleries Photo Tour page.
Yosemite Winter Photography
March 11-13, 2011 – Max. 4 people
Join me in photographing one of the worlds most majestic and iconic landscapes in North America. Stellar views and a vast number of intimate nature subjects will allow all in attendance to witness nature at its best. Whether you’re looking to expand your portfolio or hone your photographic skills this photo tour is one you’ll not want to miss.
May 17-19, 2011 – Max. 4 people
(actual full moon is on May 17)
Moonbow – A Rainbow by moonlight? Just when you thought Yosemite’s amazing landscape couldn’t get any more amazing, it takes on a new level of drama under a full moon. Nearly impossible to see with the naked eye the Moonbow phenomenon is revealed through the lens of your camera while photographing Yosemite’s iconic falls. Conditions to witness and photograph a Yosemite Moonbow are ideal only a few times a year and in May weather permitting we should be treated to an amazing light show. In between evening photo sessions by day we’ll conduct photo reviews and explore Yosemite’s iconic landscape.
White Sands by Moonlight
October 14-16, 2011 – Max. 4 people
White Sands National Monument is a feast for the creative eye and an incredible location to explore. The ever-changing dunes are a source of endless wonder and inspiration. This trip is timed to take advantage of the October Full Moon.
Note: This photo tour will involve desert camping assuming campgrounds are available and weather conditions permit. Also participants should be able and prepared to hike 2-4 miles into the dunes.
In addition if there is interest I will be accepting a sign-up for attendees who would like to extend their trip through the 18th to photograph the Egg Factory in the Bisti Badlands.
Death Valley Racetrack
October 27-30, 2011 – Max. 4 people
Rich in dramatic geological formations, amazing Southwest light and a fascinating history, Death Valley never ceases to amaze. This extreme environment provides numerous photographic opportunities for those with a passion for desert landscapes. Unique to this trip will be our effort to take full advantage of the October New Moon allowing us to enjoy star filled skies in an area that is one of the few remaining in California with little to no light pollution.
As always consider Reserving a Private Tour & Workshop
- Glacier National Park – TBD
- The Wave – TBD
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