Wilderness Photography Workshop
Bowman Lake Grasses Photo by David Marx
Photography workshop in Glacier National Park with David Marx
******This workshop is postponed until Fall 2018.
Check back for details in Spring 2018******
September 15-17, 2017
This is a great opportunity for participants of any skill level to learn the intricacies of wilderness photography in scenic Glacier National Park. Out in the field at first and last light, participants shoot photos of fall colors, lakes and streams, mountain-filled skylines, and burned areas, as well as frost-lined leaves and morning-chilled insects.
The Workshop is an opportunity to experience wilderness with a lens: focusing on light, color, form, and composition. The cost is $95 and includes instruction, transportation, camping and dinners.
The workshop is led by David Marx. David has been teaching digital photography since 2002 and has lived in the Glacier National Park area since 1998. His photography has been featured in publications like Outside, Backpacker, Travel Montana, and Skiing Magazine. His commercial work can be found on the Whitefish Mountain Resort website, in publications from the Rocky Mountain School of Photography, and for sale at iStock and Veer images online.
See a slideshow from the 2016 Wilderness Photography Workshop!
See a slideshow from the 2015 Wilderness Photography Workshop!
See a slideshow from the 2014 Wilderness Photography Workshop!
View the work of the 2013 Wilderness Photography Workshop participants on Vimeo.
Transportation, instruction, camping and dinners provided; participants must provide camping and hiking gear and other meals. This introductory wilderness photography workshop is not geared for professional photographers.
To register for this workshop and for more information please contact:
Wilderness Institute - 406-243-5361 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wilderness Photography program was established through a generous donation in memory of John G. Batchelder. This program includes a searchable web-based image library on Wilderness.net and wilderness photography workshops.