Frequently Asked Questions…
How many people are at each workshop?
Workshops are limited to a maximum of 10 photographers. Non-shooting spouses do sometimes attend as well, but do not participate in the instruction or group shoots.
What kind of camera should I have?
While we shoot and know Canon equipment best, any brand of Digital SLR (single lens reflex) camera is fine. You must be able to put your camera into manual mode and adjust the settings manually. If you have any questions please contact us prior to booking.
What do I need to bring to an on-location workshop?
While exactly what you bring is entirely up to you, you will be provided with a suggested packing list upon booking to help you prepare to get the absolute most out of your trip. At the most basic you will need your DLSR camera, memory cards, and a laptop with Lightroom installed.
Can my non-photographer spouse come?
Non-Photographer spouses are welcome to come to any workshop, please inquire about the non-photographer rate before booking. They will not be given any photographic instruction, but are welcome to take in the sights and sounds of the incredible locations we visit and participate in all group gatherings (meals, etc).
Can I bring my kids?
Children 16 and older are welcome to attend as students of the workshop with a parent, and can be booked at the same time. Due to the nature of the atmosphere we create at each workshop we do not allow children under 16, and those not planning on participating in the photo instruction.
Can I shoot with film?
As much we love film and understand the draw to use it while in such amazing landscapes, there is simply no way to photograph and develop film during the time of our workshop. You are more than welcome to shoot some while on our trip, and then develop it upon your return home, but all classes and workshops are taught using digital equipment and each student is expected to bring their own digital SLR to shoot and edit with.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.