Redwood National Park Photography Workshop

With Glacier Photo Guides

Learn how to photograph some of the most magnificent trees on the planet. On this workshop, which is sponsored by Glacier Photo Guides, we will lead you to the most photogenic spots in the Redwood National Park area.

There is nothing quite like wandering through an old-growth redwood forest as the sun begins to shine through the lifting fog. As amazing as the redwood trees are, we’ll also take in the other scenic gems this area has to offer including awesome ocean views and sandy beaches.

Our days will begin with early morning field shoots in the magnificent redwood groves and end with sunsets over the ocean. Our lectures and demonstrations throughout this workshop will focus on composition, camera skills, working with natural light, and useful photographic filters for landscape photographers.

We hope you will join us for this unique opportunity to improve your photography skills while immersing yourself in California’s most incredible forests!

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WHEN: May 26 – May 31, 2020

WHERE: Kalamath, California

PRICE: $1549

Workshop tuition does not include lodging, transportation, or meals.

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-This workshop includes four full days of shooting plus a welcome dinner at 5:00pm on May 26th and a closing slideshow on the morning of May 31st. This workshop will end by 11am on the 31st.

-This workshop is based out of the Holiday Inn Express in Klamath, California.

-This workshop includes both field and classroom instruction and is open to photographers of all experience levels.

-The maximum number of participants in this program is 12.

Although this is not a strenuous workshop, participants should be in good physical condition and able to negotiate stairs, sandy beaches, and rocky or uneven terrain.

We will be visiting old-growth groves throughout the Redwood National and State Park system including the Del Norte, Prairie Creek, and Jedediah Smith areas throughout this program. We will bring you to the most photogenic parts of these parks based on the the weather and the current road / trail conditions.