2018 Photography WorkshopsChuck Haney Photo Workshops
Plans and Pricing
Pricing is for Instruction Only.
Workshops participants are responsible for their own lodging, meals and transportation. Participants generally choose to carpool to photo locations from the hotel where we are based.
I do not block a set or rooms at hotels so ensure you make your reservations early!
Class size is limited to 8 participants. (Except for Glacier National Park Workshops).
Cancellation Policy: If you cancel and the workshop is otherwise filled, we will refund you the full amount you have paid towards the tuition, minus a $150 service charge. If you cancel and the workshop does not fill, then you will be refunded according to the following schedule, based on the full fee of the Workshop:
- Greater than 60 days from the start date of the Workshop: full refund minus $150 fee.
- 45 days: 75% refund. 30 days: 50% refund. Less than 30 days: no refund
- Refunds will be paid by the same method that the original payment was made.
Spousal Policy: Spouses (and friends) that wish to join the “field sessions” of the class are required to pay full price. Your spouse is welcome to join our group for meetings and meals at no fee. We have a big break between sunrise photo sessions and the afternoon reviews, so you will have plenty of time to spend with your “significant other”.
Chuck Haney is certified in First Aid and CPR training. Chuck Haney Photography LLC is an authorized permittee of the National Park Service. Most locations are near the roadway, however there canl be a certain amount of hiking involved to reach certain locations. Please be in shape enough for a possible 3-mile round trip hike with elevation changes and uneven surfaces.
Jan 10-20, 2018Icelandic Winter
- After such a successful and joyful trip in 2017, I am once again offering this unique workshop. Every day is full of fantastic photo opportunities and adventure. If you do not like getting up, then this is the class for you!
Jan 26 - 31, 2018Winter in Yellowstone National Park
- Yellowstone National Park is an amazing park to visit anytime, but it is extra special in the winter season when the landscape is transformed by a cloak of white snow. Having two bases to operate from, I have designed this workshop to ensure that you will get the most photographic opportunities while in the park.
Apr 12 - 17, 2018Seattle and Olympic National Park
- We will spend the first two days based in Seattle where I have a wealth of experience shooting at many fantastic locations. Then we travel to the Olympic Peninsula, offering tremendous diversity for photographers. At nearly one million acres, the park encompasses three major ecosystems: rugged coastal beaches, temperate rainforest, and beautiful glacier-capped peaks create breathtaking scenery and amazing photo opportunities.
May 17 - 21, 2018Grand Canyon National Park North Rim and Antelope Canyon
- Visiting the more remote North Rim of the Grand Canyon has many advantages over it’s southern counterpoint. The views are just as impressive without the throngs of tourists crowding at the best overlooks. As a bonus, we will visit the legendary Upper Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona.
Sep 26 - Oct 1, 2018Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks in Autumn
- This is a fantastic time to visit Glacier National Park as the crowds of summer have long gone away and we will pretty much have the park to ourselves. From our base in East Glacier we will explore along the park’s eastern flank where stands of quaking aspen trees turn golden and accent the snow capped mountains and verdant valleys.
October 4 - 9, 2018UP Michigan Autumn
- Once again we return to the best fall colors in the Midwest at the Keweenaw Peninsula in the UP of Michigan. Hardwood forests of maples and birch turn vibrant shades of red, orange and yellow. We will then journey south to Porcupine Mountains State Park along the sandy shores of Lake Superior where a multitude of nature scenes await our cameras.
“Your class was awesome and it helped me become a much better photographer of landscapes, people, and macro photography. Your enthusiasm for your work is encouraging to everyone around you.”Wesley Buress
“I want to be sure and let you know what an amazing time I had at the workshop this past week. I learned far more than I thought I would and very quickly became comfortable using the manual settings on my camera. It was just what I needed in terms of getting pointed in the right direction. Thank you for making it so comfortable, easy and a lot of fun. Since I’ve not had the circumstances to be able to attend previous workshops of any kind… I was thrilled. ”Margaret Horton
“Photographing the landscape at sunrise and sunset was like seeing the Earth reborn. Thank you so much for an unforgettable experience. ”Garry and Sheila Gewirtzman
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you tell me more about the locations?
I research each location prior to organizing a workshop to ensure that we get to prime locations at the best times. I am a knowledgeable guide who knows when the wildflowers are blooming and the autumn leaves are at peak. For more detailed information about the travel locations for each workshop, please go to the specific workshop page.
What equipment should I bring?
Participants should have a working knowledge of their equipment (know which button does what!) before the workshop. Equipment Suggestions:
- SLR camera with a wide-angle lens, (17-35mm range)and a zoom or fixed lens, like a 70-200 or 300mm.
- A sturdy tripod is a necessity for good landscapes.
- Laptop (if possible). We will review our images using Photoshop during our afternoon sessions.
How big are the workshop sizes?
Class sizes range from 3-9 students so you are guaranteed focused personal attention to meet your interests and learning needs. Should a class size exceeds 9 students a second qualified professional photographer will assist the class.
I create a low-stress, fun learning environment with a laid-back teaching approach. No matter what skill level, I try to inspire each student to learn new things while working at their own pace.
Can you give me idea of the workshop itinerary?
The photography workshops are based out of hotels near our photo locations, listed under information for each workshop, below.
All workshops convene on the first day at 6pm at the specified hotel. The evening meeting is an opportunity for us to get to know each other and go over our plans for the next three and a half days. Please bring some examples of your favorite photography on your laptop or prints to share with the group.
Each day we vary our shooting locations according to the weather conditions for the day. No matter what the weather, I will have a plan for something to shoot. If the weather is favorable, we go out for a sunrise photo shoot in the mornings, have breakfast together, then take a break from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. We reconvene for a Photoshop/digital session in the late afternoon to review our photos, followed by an evening/ sunset photo shoot. You can expect to spend approximately 30 hours with me and other students over the course of the workshop
All workshops conclude after the morning shoot of the final day allowing you time to check out of your hotel.
How much camera & processing experience do I need?
No matter what skill level, I try to inspire each student to learn new things while working at their own pace. My main approach involves teaching camera basics in manual mode so you, rather than the camera, can control how the final image looks. I will attempt to teach you the art of “learning to see”, by slowing down and looking at things more closely. I will show you the benefits of shooting digital images in the RAW format. You will be amazed at how much better your images will look after a weekend!