June Many Glacier Photo Workshop:

June 22 thru 25 , 2016 - Tuition $850



Iceberg Lake trail
Lower Iceberg Lake
Join award winning photographer and author Rick Sheremeta as we photograph the magnificence and beauty of one of Glacier National Park's most spectacular areas. Our focus will be to locate and shoot interesting subject matter - lakes, streams, waterfalls, wildflowers and wildlife - all set against some of the most dramatic mountain backgrounds to be found in the lower 48.

This workshop is geared for the intermediate to advanced photographer with DSLR familiarity. Beginners, with a working knowledge of their camera, can expect to benefit as well from this experience and instruction. Each participant will be assisted at their level; however, we will not be teaching you how to use your particular camera - we will be working on photographic techniques. Rick will assist you to acquire your own vision and style. Discussions will consider proper use of equipment, camera modes, metering, filters, and personal tips. Our main concentration will be on achieving the most appealing compositions and correct exposures.

This is one of the most ideal times to visit the Many Glacier area. Wildlife is most plentiful as they have begun to descend from the still snow covered peaks to feast on the newly emerging vegetation in valley areas. Snow-melt is cascading everywhere creating magnificent waterfalls, roaring streams, and verdant meadows. And yes... wildflowers will be blooming everywhere. As an added bonus, summer crowds have yet to arrive.

This is a field workshop environment which will involve trail hiking, of some 2-3 miles each way to and from our destinations, along with elevation gains of a few hundred to several hundred feet. Elevation ranges may be in the order of 5000' to 7500' above sea level. For this reason, a participant's enjoyment will be enhanced by being generally fit and healthy - if you have some concern, please consult with your physician prior to coming.

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Tuition cost for this 4-day photo workshop tour is only $850 per participant. A $250 deposit will hold your place until May 1st - payment in full must be received on or before May 1st. Meals, lodging, transportation and other incidentals are not included in the workshop tour fee.

Take advantage of our early registration discount and save $50 off the regular workshop enrollment fee. With payment in full made at time of registration, the workshop fee is only $800. This offer is only valid for a limited time and expires on March 31st 2016.

Accommodations in the Many Glacier area are limited and become harder to come by as summer approaches. Lodging is NOT provided as part of the workshop fee. Each participant is responsible to secure their own lodging, and they are encouraged to do so as early as possible to insure availability. Please contact Glacier National Park Lodges directly for room reservations.

A maximum of 12 participants will be accepted - so to insure your place register early.


June Glacier Park Photo Workshop Registration

Payment in full is required by May 1, 2016 or at time of registration if after April 30th. Participant cancellation is subject to the cancellation policy in effect at the time of registration. No Tour refunds are given for participant cancellation after June 1, 2016.

A minimum of 4 participants registered by May 15th is required for us to conduct this Photo Workshop. If this programs is cancelled by us for any reason, we will refund your full deposit and any registration fee paid. It is therefore suggested that you purchase Traveler's Insurance to cover program or other travel cancellations/interruptions.

A signed assumption of risk, and waiver of liability will be required of each participant prior to the start of the Photo Workshop (a copy will be furnished upon request)



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