Openings for the Grand Canyon Workshop

There are still a few openings for the Grand Canyon Workshop.
North Rim Grand Canyon
Photo Workshop Oct 10, 2013

The North Rim offers a peaceful and absorbing Grand Canyon experience. It is more remote and less developed than the South Rim, and it attracts only 10% of the tourists. With elevation ranging from 8,000-8,800 feet, the North Rim is 1000' higher than the South Rim, resulting in cooler temperatures, a different environment and a lush forest. Many people think its viewpoints are the most spectacular. It has more eroded and sloping walls give a magnificent views of the river below.

A few of the places we will photography include:
•Cape Royal
•Walhalla Overlook
•Cape Final
•Roosevelt Point
•Point Imperial
•Bright Angel Point
•Autumn Aspen Meadows

We will teach you how to tap into your creativity so that you return home with many memorable photographs. The most spectacular photographs are often taken from a half-hour before sunrise to two hours after sunrise. This is when we will be shooting the majority of our photos.

•Daily discussions about pre-visualization, seeing color, composition, exposure and techniques.
•How to capture dramatic landscapes.
•How to take advantage of natural light.
•Digital camera techniques including raw and HDR.
•Taking photos at night under the stars.

This is a place to enjoy nature on a grand scale.

Keith Skelton is a professional photographer and educator with over 30 years of experience. He has an extensive background in landscape photography techniques and aesthetics. You will get individualized instruction and one-on-one attention. We will teach you how to capture the best images possible on either film or digital.

All levels of experience are welcome! Walking and hiking will be moderate but not deep into the Canyon. Limited to 12 students.