If you like taking photographs then this is the perfect opportunity for you. This is one of the best places in the world to photograph. It is one of the most beautiful parks in the entire world. You will see so many different types of nature that you will be amazed. This is the perfect chance for you to see a beautiful place while improving your skills. There is so much to see and do that you could not possibly get bored. People have been photographing this place since 1859 and you can continue to wonderful tradition.
Depending on your skill level you'll be able to do a beginner or advanced photography course. You will start on a trail and your guide will take you around and you will get. Shots. You'll get to really practice in a great environment with an expert instructor. If you are a beginner then you will learn by doing and if you are advanced then you will be able to sharpen your skills and you might even learn tips and techniques that you did not know before. There is really something for everyone here.
Not only that but you will actually be shooting some of the most beautiful spots in Yosemite National Park. What's great about this is that you will be in a Park that has a lot of nature so it is more than just photography it is actually and nature exhibit. There are so many iconic locations that you will want to see and you will want to photograph. You cannot miss this if you are someone who is interested in nature and also interested in photography.
Step into the shoes of Ansel Adams, Charles Weed, Carlton Watkins and Edward Weston during a basic or advanced photography lesson in magnificent Yosemite National Park. Bring your camera to capture the jagged peaks, meadows, rivers, lakes and wildlife of Yosemite Valley or the High Sierra, all while sharpening your photography skills and learning new techniques from your expert instructor. You'll visit both iconic and lesser-known locations throughout the park. This experience is open to photo enthusiasts of all experience levels.
People have been photographing Yosemite since 1859, when Charles Weed took the first salt print photo of Yosemite Falls. Since then, artists like Ansel Adams, Carlton Watkins and Edward Weston have produced stunning, unforgettable photographs of the Yosemite Valley and High Sierra.
Choose a basic or advanced photography lesson depending on your skill level and preferences. Your photography adventure starts at 3:30pm, and your exact trailhead departure point will be confirmed after booking. Follow your guide in your car or on foot through Yosemite National Park to your photo locations. Along with your own camera, be sure to bring along any other equipment you'll need such as a sturdy tripod, lenses, filters, extra memory cards and extra batteries.
Basic Photo Lesson: Icons of Yosemite Valley
Whether you're shooting in black and white or color, your photos of Yosemite Valley's most iconic locations will surely be beautiful. Your instructor will discuss basic techniques including depth of field, hyperfocal distance, exposure techniques, metering, the zone system, white balance and composition.
Begin at the Church Bowl parking lot and picnic area, where Ansel Adams shot two famous images, and make your way to Inspiration Point on Wawona Road, offering epic sunset photo opportunities.
Advanced Photo Lesson: Icons of the High Sierra
After the winter snows have given way to the warm days of summer, the High Sierra affords a romantic grandeur: granite domes, jagged peaks, wildflower meadows, sparkling lakes and wildlife all around.
Begin at Olmsted Point, a favorite site of many photographers, and travel to Tenaya Lake to explore its granite shores, erratic boulders, stunted trees and majestic reflections.
Afterwards, continue to Tuolumne Meadows, where several different stops will yield views of the meadows, Mt Dana, the Cathedral Range, the Tuolumne River, Lembert Dome and more. If conditions permit, evening alpen glow will blanket the Sierra crest and provide you with a vibrant, luminous scene even after the sun has dropped below the horizon.
Perfect for more experienced photographers, this lesson covers advanced techniques for photographing wildlife and macro subjects. Topics covered include depth of field, hyperfocal distance, exposure techniques, metering, the zone system, white balance and composition.