Death Valley National Park Photo Tour and Workshop

DATES: February 25-29, 2024 Still time to sign up 2 spots left as of 02.19.24. Superbloom year??
Dramatic sunrise clouds over Zabriskie Point at sunrise in Death Valley National Park, California, USA

Death Valley National Park Photo Tour and Workshop

Death Valley National Park Photo Workshop Tour

Dates: February 25-29, 2024

Price: $2400.00 for single/ $3800.00 for couples sharing a room.  The workshop price includes instruction and four nights of lodging at Stovepipe Wells Hotel only. Transportation and meals are the students’ responsibility. We will carpool. Limited to 6 students. 

Update; I had to release my blocked rooms on 01.25.24. Price for instruction only is $1700.00. You will have to book directly with the hotel now.

Lodging: Stovepipe Wells Hotel 760-786-2387 

Fly into Las Vegas. 2.5- 3 hour drive to Stovepipe Wells


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 90 days from the start date of the Workshop: full refund minus $150 fee.
  • Less than 90 days: no refund
  • Refunds will be paid by the same method that the original payment was made.

Please consider purchasing “Travel Insurance” at the time of registration. Required on any international trip. AAA or Allianz offer policies

Itinerary: Death Valley Photography Workshop Tour

Sunday, February 25 – “Meet and greet”  Stovepipe Wells Hotel

Please bring some examples of your previous work to share. We may go across the road for night-time shots of the Mesquite Sand Dunes under the stars.

Monday, February 26- Mesquite sand dunes, Scotty’s Castle (if re-opened), the ghost town of Rhyolite, Nevada

Tuesday, February 27- Badwater Basin, Zabriskie Point Artist Palette, 

Wednesday, February 28– am Dante’s View Night-time shots at Rhyolite ghost town. 

Thursday, February 29– Mesquite sand dunes workshop concludes Leap year!

Location:  Death Valley Photography Workshop Tour

The Death Valley National Park Photo Tour is truly a landscape photographer’s dream location with its beautiful skies, incredible textures and intense colors. We will be visiting the park when the temperatures are still pleasant and hopefully wildflowers will be blooming. There are a host of great locations in which to shoot including the Mesquite Sand Dunes, the salt pan flats, and Zabriskie Point. We’ll be up early and stay out late to catch the golden light that transforms the features into works of art that we will capture with our digital cameras. With our lodging right next to the Mesquite Sand Dunes and a close drive to a ghost town, we will also go out several nights for star photography. A great class to learn or hone my many skills. 

EQUIPMENT SUGGESTIONS: A sturdy tripod is a necessity for good landscapes. Participants should have a working knowledge of their equipment (know which button does what!) before the workshop. I suggest a SLR camera with a wide-angle lens (17-35mm range) and  a medium telephoto lens up to 300-400mm. 

Not available to attend this photo tour? Checkout my Glacier National Park Photo Tour in July 2024


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