Yellowstone Northern Range and Interior Winter Photo Workshop

Yellowstone’s Northern Range is magical in winter. Wolves, bison, foxes, coyotes, bighorn sheep, moose and dramatic wintry landscapes make for a plentiful photographic environment. We will work on proper exposure in the snow, appropriate composition of wildlife and the best ways to capture the winter wonderland.

We work out of Gardiner and get 4 days along the Northern Range along with a private snowcoach into Yellowstone’s interior. We will spend time photographing the Mammoth Terraces, looking for pronghorn and river otters. A full week gives us plenty of time to wait on fallen bison and search for wolves.

Sample 7 Day/6 Night Itinerary:

Day One: We begin in Bozeman at around noon at your previous night’s lodging or in Bozeman. We travel to Gardiner, Montana, and check into our lodging. A local afternoon photo tour sets the mood before a welcome dinner in Gardiner.
D, Lodging

Days Two and Three: We are along the Northern Range all day photographing dramatic landscapes, bison, moose, bighorn sheep, otters, coyotes, foxes, wolves and eagles throughout the park. We have lunch in the field and return to Gardiner for dinner and Lightroom tutorials. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Four: We take a private snowcoach into Yellowstone’s interior. We choose either Old Faithful or the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and are out all day. An optional night at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge can be added here. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Five: We are back on the Northern Range looking for more wildlife and landscapes. If we haven’t already done it we head for the Mammoth Terraces and some of Yellowstone’s iconic geo thermals. We have dinner in Gardiner followed by more Lightroom instruction. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Six: We have one last day on the Northern Range. We return to Gardiner for a late lunch and then make the trek back to Bozeman in the afternoon. If time allows we will investigate other wildlife hotspots along the way. We check into our lodging in the Bozeman area before a farewell dinner and one last Lightroom session. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Seven: We have breakfast at our lodging before taking you to the airport, extending to West Yellowstone or even the Tetons. B

We can add a day or take a day, fitting this itinerary to your schedule. Contact us to discuss a custom Yellowstone Northern Range and interior winter photography workshop.

Sample 7 Day/6 Night Itinerary:

Day One: We begin in Bozeman at around noon at your previous night’s lodging or in Bozeman. We travel to Gardiner, Montana, and check into our lodging. A local afternoon photo tour sets the mood before a welcome dinner in Gardiner.
D, Lodging

Days Two and Three: We are along the Northern Range all day photographing dramatic landscapes, bison, moose, bighorn sheep, otters, coyotes, foxes, wolves and eagles throughout the park. We have lunch in the field and return to Gardiner for dinner and Lightroom tutorials. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Four: We take a private snowcoach into Yellowstone’s interior. We choose either Old Faithful or the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and are out all day. An optional night at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge can be added here. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Five: We are back on the Northern Range looking for more wildlife and landscapes. If we haven’t already done it we head for the Mammoth Terraces and some of Yellowstone’s iconic geo thermals. We have dinner in Gardiner followed by more Lightroom instruction. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Six: We have one last day on the Northern Range. We return to Gardiner for a late lunch and then make the trek back to Bozeman in the afternoon. If time allows we will investigate other wildlife hotspots along the way. We check into our lodging in the Bozeman area before a farewell dinner and one last Lightroom session. B, L, D, Lodging

Day Seven: We have breakfast at our lodging before taking you to the airport, extending to West Yellowstone or even the Tetons. B

We can add a day or take a day, fitting this itinerary to your schedule. Contact us to discuss a custom Yellowstone Northern Range and interior winter photography workshop.

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