With Nat Geo Photographer Andrew Coleman
A photography retreat led by contributing National Geographic photographer in the great outdoors of Jackson Hole, WY
This comprehensive workshop is designed to make you a better photographer by helping you to understand the fundamentals of how to create better images. You will learn how to tell a story with your photographs, how to capture a moment, and how to create enduring images through a better understanding of light and composition.
Daily workshops will address the fundamentals of photography through classroom instruction, field work and assignments, image critique and portfolio review, and digital workflow. Topics that will be covered include creating a sense of place, lighting and composition, storytelling, wildlife, landscapes, and the art of travel photography.
Who Should Participate:
The workshop is aimed at amateur photographers who are a beginner to intermediate (or advanced) in their skillset with a working knowledge of the basic features of their cameras and a desire to take their photography to the next level.
Dates for 2019 Coming Soon
- Four nights of lodging at the rustic, luxuriously appointed log lodge, a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World Collection member
- Chef-prepared breakfasts daily (6)
- Evening appetizers with beverages
- Bentwood Inn Bistro multi-course dining experience
- Bentwood Inn chef-prepared, family-style dinner at the inn
- Prepared lunches, your choice of picnic lunch or to enjoy at the inn
- Daily Housekeeping
- Daily group workshops
- One-on-one mentoring with Andy Coleman
- Sunrise Private Guided Safari through GTNP and National Forests+
Call (307) 739-1411 to Book!
About Andrew Coleman:
National Geographic photographer Andrew Coleman has traveled around the globe in search of amazing wildlife and landscapes. He is a regular contributor to National Geographic Traveler and the National Geographic website, as well as other publications, and is represented in the National Geographic Image Collection. Andrew has an insatiable appetite to be in the wild and, through his images, attempts to capture the extraordinary beauty of the natural world. Andrew has joined National Geographic Expeditions to Yellowstone National Park, Alaska, Borneo, the Galápagos, the Arctic, Around the World by Private Jet, and Cuba. Over the course of his career, he has traveled, camera in hand, to some of the world’s most remarkable places, including Jordan, Easter Island, Ecuador, Bora Bora, India, Kenya, Peru, South Africa, and Uganda.
Follow him on Instagram @andywcoleman
Payment Terms & Cancellation Policy
A $500 deposit required at time of booking. Reservations can be made by calling the innkeepers at Bentwood Inn at 307-739-1411. All major credit cards are accepted. Deposit becomes non-refundable after September 15. Any cancellations made 31 or more days prior are subject to a $125 cancellation fee per guest participant booked. Cancellations made 30 days or less from arrival date, forfeit all monies paid, no exceptions. We highly recommend trip insurance, check with your current insurance provider. Final payment due October 1, 2018.
If the workshop is canceled by the program instructor or because the minimum guest registration is not met, your deposit will be refunded.
*Priced per guest participant, single occupancy. Taxes and gratuities included. Opportunity to share rooms with a non-participant guest available at $600 surcharge plus tax – space is limited. Activity surcharge for non-participant $105 (not including park entrance and guide gratuity)
+Park entrance fees and guide gratuity not included.