Yellowstone Photo Workshop with Lydia Ripplinger
Based in West Yellowstone, MT
Sept 15-17, 2022: $1495, based on double occupancy
Join Lydia Ripplinger and Adam Brubaker on a two day wildlife photo workshop in Yellowstone National Park. Fall is one of the best times to photograph wildlife in Yellowstone. Target species will include great gray owls, elk, bears, and wolves. Lydia will serve as your photo instructor, and Adam as a secondary instructor and driver during this workshop.
Sept 15th – Check-in to hotel in West Yellowstone followed by dinner and a meet and greet.
Sept 16th – Full day in Yellowstone focusing on wildlife photography followed by editing instruction by Lydia.
Sept 17th – Full day in Yellowstone focusing on Wildlife photography followed by a drop off in
West Yellowstone. Expect to finish the day by 5pm.
- DSLR camera with a 300mm lens
- Rain gear (dress in layers it can be cool and wet or hot and dry)
- Sturdy shoes/boots
This is primarily a wildlife photo workshop meaning the focus will be looking for and photographing wildlife. As wildlife is wild we do not guarantee any sighting and will take advantage of other photographic opportunities as needed. Typically you don’t have to travel too far from the road for good photographic opportunities but as circumstances arrive we may spend a little time hiking. You should be prepared to hike up to a mile one way over uneven terrain.
$500 deposit is required at the time of booking, full payment is required 60 days out. Full amount is refundable up to 60 days before your workshop. Within 60 days of your workshop you forfeit the full amount unless you can fill your spot.